Destabilize the “Patriot” Act Legislation Momentum Now!


Nor Cal Truth    Feb 7, 2011

The Patriot Act is not patriotic, it strips us of civil liberties: It is a matter of human rights. If we can’t save our own rights, what are we doing in Iraq and Afghanistan “promoting Democracy”  and losing children for?

The Patriot Act is silently making its way to the President but there is a little time left. Keep very close track of its movements here,  and also know that there are efforts to make this legislation permanent. Read the complete bill here, or just a summary here.

What can we do: Click this link here. Fill it out, the registration takes just a second, and please make a comment.

That is a link to a beta organization collecting signatures for or against specific votes, the registration is quick, easy and free. That is a start!

In the next few days we should be sending polite, rational faxes and web forms to our Senators and Congressional Representatives. Some of you may wish to call, that is a great idea too. Express your love of freedoms and unease of losing them for a (false) sense of security, especially in hard times!

Find all necessary contact information for Representatives of your area through this link. Of course in Marin and Sonoma County we are represented in congress by Lynn Woolsey, and both California’s  Senators information can be found here. CONTACT THEM. If not now, when – if not you, who?

Obama has signed this Bill once before, and he will again!

If anyone finds any more valuable petitions or movements towards destabilizing the tyrannical “Patriot” Act please post a link below!

4 Responses to Destabilize the “Patriot” Act Legislation Momentum Now!

  1. […] Destabilize the “Patriot” Act Legislation Momentum Part 1 can be found here. […]

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      • Oliver says:

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