anarcho-queer:

pieceinthepuzzlehumanity:

Obama Administration Appeals NDAA Ruling In Less Than 24 Hours

(From Business Insider)
This sent a chill down my spine. In the midst of my interview with Tangerine Bolen, a plaintiff in the lawsuit against the NDAA’s indefinite detention provisions & coordinator of StopNDAA.org, she received an email from her lawyer to inform her that the Obama administration has already appealed yesterday’s historic court ruling. That court ruling found indefinite detention to be unconstitutional, and issued a permanent block of that provision. Listen to the full interview directly below.
For a man who doesn’t want the ability to order the military to abduct and detain citizens - without charge or trial - it is quite odd that his administration is appealing yet again.
And, as stated in the interview, I would love to speak with someone from the administration on-record about this and hash it out. Why do you need this power? 

[Source]


I will like to see the liberals defend this one. If Obama claims he won’t indefinitely detain American citizens, then why is his administration fighting so hard to protect the provision?

anarcho-queer:

pieceinthepuzzlehumanity:

Obama Administration Appeals NDAA Ruling In Less Than 24 Hours

(From Business Insider)

This sent a chill down my spine. In the midst of my interview with Tangerine Bolen, a plaintiff in the lawsuit against the NDAA’s indefinite detention provisions & coordinator of StopNDAA.org, she received an email from her lawyer to inform her that the Obama administration has already appealed yesterday’s historic court ruling. That court ruling found indefinite detention to be unconstitutional, and issued a permanent block of that provision. Listen to the full interview directly below.

For a man who doesn’t want the ability to order the military to abduct and detain citizens - without charge or trial - it is quite odd that his administration is appealing yet again.

And, as stated in the interview, I would love to speak with someone from the administration on-record about this and hash it out. Why do you need this power? 

[Source]

I will like to see the liberals defend this one. If Obama claims he won’t indefinitely detain American citizens, then why is his administration fighting so hard to protect the provision?