War on Terror or War on Liberty?

Discussion in 'Freedom and Liberty' started by Seacowboys, Jul 31, 2008.

  1. Seacowboys

    Seacowboys Senior Member Founding Member

    Terrorism a long-term threat? Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates says that the fight against terrorists should be the nation's top military priority over coming decades, according to a new National Defense Strategy. The overwhelming problems with this statement is that it uses semantics to incite our inclination to fight. They always point out the success of their programs but never a mention of the civil liberties that each and every one of us loose. The simple fact is, that in order to fight the so called "War of Terror" we have to become a complete police state, totally under the watchful eyes of our keepers and we have to forfeit our rights to be heard by our peers because it is not expedient enough a process to work within the rules of engagement in our war.
  2. BAT1

    BAT1 Cowboys know no fear

    The war on terror is acually a war on freedom. Any body that opposes that is a terrorist. We haven't won the war over there but they are succeding in taking away our rights here. The terrorists are here, right in our govt.
  3. RobertRogers

    RobertRogers Monkey+++

    The real terrorists are the police state that is being set up in this country. From airport security to cameras to id checks. Welcome to the new Amerika
  4. dragonfly

    dragonfly Monkey+++

    Now, the cretins are using terms such as "domestic terrorists" to describe anyone that is a loon, that does something bad.....
    Like we don't have enough of them loose on the streets!
    But, I do NOT want to live in a police state thank you!
    It's bad enough already......
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