I for one am proud of this step and never ever want to be considered a terrorist because I'm certainly not one. I can state without reservation that I would give up all my freedoms to ensure that my freedoms are protected.
(Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives approved a defense bill on Wednesday requiring the military to handle suspected militants linked to al Qaeda, acting not long after President Barack Obama removed a veto threat from the controversial legislation.
The bill is expected to pass the Senate this week and then go to Obama's desk for his signature into law.
Shortly before the House vote, the White House announced the president's advisers would not recommend a veto, although they said they still had concerns about the measure.
CHEERIO CONGRESS! CHEERIO SUPREME LEADER! WE SUPPORT YOU UNCONDITIONALLY BECAUSE IF WE DIDN'T, WE KNOW OUR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS NO LONGER EXIST.....