Thursday, July 19, 2007

John Doe Ammendment Is Nearly Dead

Update: Both the House and Senate have squashed the John Doe ammendment. This legislation would have privided protection from lawsuits for Americans who report suspicious (terrorist) behavior.

Michelle Malkin has the Senate roll call on her site. She includes this comment:

"This fight is not over. There still is a final conference
report to be hashed out. Keep your phones lit. The Senate Dems need to hear from

I don't understand all the ins and outs of Senate procedures, but I have emailed my Senator just the same to voice my displeasure at his 'nay' vote. So let these Senators know what you think. It may still do some good.

When you look at the role call, notice the fence-sitting of Senator Obama. Was he afraid to vote 'yes' and lose all those Muslim votes that his Muslim family will get him? Was he afraid to vote 'no' and lose the other votes he thinks he can get? This man is not to be trusted.

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