Should NDAA (the National Defense Authorization Act) be repealed?
I like your answers<chuckles>
Now I'm getting concerned, do all of you know what sections S.1021 and S.1022 entail? It allows the government to in-defiantly detain Americans without trial or a stated reason. Its against articles V and VI of the bill of rights! If you like this, I want to know why.
I can only assume the people saying no have no idea what it says.
It contains so many things in a single bill including 2-year funding profile for national defense. The two sections of the bill that get people spun up are S.1021 indefinite detention, and S.1022 military custody.
So, what exactly is this question referring to within the act?
Looking back on it I should have phrased it better, I was referring to those amendments.
Anyone who opposes the NDAA should be imprisoned indefinitely without a trial.
What is wrong with you?
I have to assume he's kidding.
Seriously Kentucky, do know what NDAA is?