Lieberman Looks to Strip Citizenship of 1 Million Americans

Angry Anti-American Joe Lieberman is angry that we still have some smattering of a constitution left:

The climate of fear, created out of the well exaggerated Times Square incident last week has allowed Joe Lieberman and fellow establishment lawmakers to introduce a bill that would drive the final nail into the coffin of the Bill of Rights. Lieberman says the bill is design to “close loopholes” that allow individuals on the FBI’s terror watch list purchase firearms, explosives and to have basic rights of due process if and when they are tried for a crime.

And just how many people are on the “TERRIST WATCH LIST?”

The ACLU reports:

I have full confidence myself is included in that ridiculous number.

It will be fun to read the neo-con sites as they do Orwellian backflips over this.

You see, neo-cons fear brown goat herders more than the anti-Christ.  Therefore, any bill that strips potential brown people of their rights is A-OK by them.  However, science we have a Marxist in the Whitehouse, they also know they could be targeted for extermination themselves by the Nazi’s in power, thus this could potentially backfire on them.

These two conflicting agendas in the average neo-con head will probably cause many of them to go insane given enough time.

I on the other hand have no such cognitive dissonance.  The constitution is clear.  Natural rights are clear.  The Constition protects our natural rights, which afford us a due process of law and the right to defend ourselves using lethal forces if necessary.

A government can not create a law that takes these things away from us as they were given to us by God himself and apply to all people in all countries at all times.

Sen. Joe Lieberman and others have backed a proposed new law that could revoke the citizenship of those identified as supporting terrorists or foreign enemy states, using Adam Gadahn as prime example. The pitch for this law, however, defines its potential targets and methods rather vaguely.