Wednesday, June 01, 2005

HR 1528

Called "Defending America's Most Vulnerable: Safe Access to Drug Treatment and Child Protection Act of 2005," Rep James Sensenbrenner's new bill promises to convert once-free Americans into stoolies, spying on their neighbors and reporting any "illicit acts" observed, like Soviets used to be encouraged to do during the life of the USSR.

Children have already been admonished to report any adult drug activity to their government school teachers. One might wonder how many parents have been rousted and perhaps arrested during a child's anger tantrum.

Since it'd be impossible for George Bush's police state to watch everyone, all the time, what could be better than to get everyone to watch everyone else, and report in whenever they see someone breaking the law. Since, at any given moment, under the American legal system as it's evolved under the Patriot Act, everyone is breaking some law or another at any given time; it's all covered!

Therefore, if this stunningly unConstitutional bill becomes law, it'll be illegal not to turn someone in if you see him engaged in any (real or imagined) drug activity under pain of at least two years in prison, if I see anyone committing these dastardly acts, I just plan to turn in someone I don't like. So, be nice!

Rumor has it that the feds are going to put all law-abiding Americans in Kansas, and the rest of the United States will be the George W Bush Memorial Federal Prison. Logical analysis requires me to conclude that Kansas will remain a desolate, empty wasteland.

They've killed Freedom! Those bastards!

Warm regards,

Col. Hogan
Stalag California

1 comment:

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