President Barack Obama could sign citizen imprisonment Martial Law bill Wednesday, December 13: Human rights defenders’ urgent calls to halt Military Detainment of U.S. Citizens NDAA 2012 and impeach each treasonous senator who voted for it
As Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo joins the few senators strongly opposed to the sweeping 2012 National Defense Authorization Act [NDAA] and urges colleagues Tuesday to vote against its final version and the president to veto it, human rights defenders urge impeachment of every senator who voted for the ‘U.S. is a Battlefield’ Bill that would dangerously violate basic rights. Care2 Petition Site is only one of such petitions being signed by Americans who know it is unlikely that, despite President Obama saying he will veto it, he actually will, placing every American, particularly Occupy Wall Street participants in harms way.
“IMPEACH every single Senator who voted FOR the McCain/Levin ‘U.S. is a Battlefield’ bill that gives the military the right to go to the houses of U.S. citizens and take them without charges or rights to a lawyer or trial for the rest of their lives,” says the Petition Site of Care2.
Care2 is among thousands of American human rights defenders saying the 60 senators committed treason; “We the people need to hold them accountable;” “We will not let this happen;” and we need to learn the facts about the dangerous citizen imprisonment Martial Law NDAA 2012 bill and take action Tuesday since the president could sign the bill Wednesday according to Russia Today U.S.
Russia Today reported Monday that is unlikely that President Barack Obama will veto the NDAA 2012 bill as he said he would since he required the wording in the bill that strips Americans of their rights.