Tuesday, November 13, 2012

In Texas We Do Not Support Indefinite Detention, and We Do Not Support The TSA

There are thousands of wonderful things about the great state of Texas, but perhaps the thing currently shining brightest from our lone star is out outright refusal to accept the assault on civil liberties offered up by the Obama administration.

I don't have to tell you we didn't much support Obama in the election, and that we do not want to be governed by such a anti liberty war pig as he down here at all.

Texas, by standing up against the Indefinite Detention bill and by standing up for our own dignity at the airport, is in fact, by example, also standing up for the persons in other states on those same fronts.

The federal government is too big, too invasive, and too much the polar opposite of what it was sworn to be when the persons within took oaths of office.

Texas is not the only state with active persons in disgusted communities that do not blindly follow the abominations of the Obama administration.

But, the Texas legislation takes it a step further, codifying into State law criminal penalties for violation of the act by even federal agents:
A person who is an official, agent, or employee of the United States or an employee of a corporation providing services to the United States commits an offense if the person enforces or attempts to enforce a statute, a rule or regulation, an order, or any law of the United States in violation of this subchapter.
An offense under Subsection
(a) is a Class A misdemeanor punishable by confinement for a term not to exceed one year, a fine of not more than $10,000, or both the confinement and the fine.

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Similarly, the indignity offered up by the TSA is not welcome here.  Perhaps we love our families more here than folks do in the rest of the nation?  Oh, did I just make you angry?  Well, perhaps you should be angry at yourselves.

AUSTIN, Texas (Nov. 12, 2012) – On Monday, Texas Rep. David Simpson (R-Longview) pre-filed a bill to stop aggressive TSA groping in the Lone Star State.
The Texas Travel Freedom Act, House Bill 80, would make it a criminal act to intentionally touch “the anus, breast, buttocks, or sexual organ of the other person, including touching through clothing,” without probable cause in the process of determining whether to grant someone access to a public venue or means of public transportation.
The act also provides additional protection for minors.

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