Thursday, January 19, 2012

Rhode Island Legislator Acts Against NDAA

""Given the fact that the constitutions of Rhode Island and that of the United States are replete with guarantees of individual liberties, right to habeas corpus, and right to freedom of speech, the offending sections of that law are repugnant to the sensibilities of anyone [who] has a basic understanding of the foundation of this country….

When I took the oath of office, I swore that I would support the constitutions of Rhode Island and the United States. And before one constituent of mine is snatched up in the dead of night, without due process under our laws, they’ll have to pry those documents from my cold dead hands."
- Rep. Daniel Gordon, Rep-RI

Rep. Daniel P. Gordon (Rep-RI) has jumped into action to lead his state away from the dangers of the NDAA.

The Examiner article states:

Gordon's resolution is now being circulated through the Rhode Island legislature.

Gordon is no stranger to counterintelligence. He served in the United States Marine Corps from 1987 through 1991; trained in Terrorism Counteractions; conducted operations against guerrilla units; served in military operations on urban terrain; is skilled in jungle environment survival, flight and hanger deck firefighting; and aviation electrical systems.

Gordon has also served as AMVETS Public Relations Officer, a Young Marines Training officer, member of the Marine Corps League and American Legion. He says he is also a student of American History and the U.S. Constitution.

He says he does not know of any other representative in any other state making the same effort and warned, "That incremental creeping of tyranny from the federal government has been going on for the past decade.

This video should be sent to your state representatives, your state senators and your governor!

The States MUST act to halt the erosion of our rights from the federal government.

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