Occupy Senator Shaheen’s Office

by Steve MacDonald

Obama Drone StrikesA new Event just sprang up on Facebook called ‘Occupy Senator Shaheen’s Office.’  They’d like you to spend some “quality time there tomorrow and…

Demand an end to indefinite detention without charge and extrajudicial assassination of American Citizens under the NDAA.

Obama’s lawyers have laid out who he can kill. “[T]he confidential Justice Department “white paper” introduces a more expansive definition of self-defense or imminent attack than described by Brennan or Holder in their public speeches. It refers, for example, to what it calls a “broader concept of imminence” than actual intelligence about any ongoing plot against the U.S. homeland.

Instead, it says, an “informed, high-level” official of the U.S. government may determine that the targeted American has been “recently” involved in “activities” posing a threat of a violent attack and “there is no evidence suggesting that he has renounced or abandoned such activities.” The memo does not define “recently” or “activities.”

This Facebook event was inspired in part by a 16 page memo leaked to NBC news, that outlined the Administrations ‘Rules” for using drones to assassinate American’s.

So to coincide with Senator Shaheen’s staff holding extended office hours this Thursday February 7th (5 pm to 7pm) in New Hampshire, “Occupy Senator Shaheen’s office” would like you to avail yourself of the opportunity–to quote Captain Jean Luc Picard–and communicate your concerns about indefinite detention without charge and extrajudicial assassination of American Citizens under the NDAA.

When you get there make sure you tell them…”that you have credible information from an  “informed, low-level” official of the United States citizenry, that the Obama Administration  has been “recently” involved in “activities” posing a threat to the Constitutional liberty of Americans citizens, and that “there is  no evidence suggesting that this Administration has renounced or abandoned such activities.”

Trust me they’ll love that.

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  • Chris P. Bacon

    The powers that be have always been putting the whack out on anyone they wanted anytime they wanted. It doesn’t mater who you are. There is a reason there is a big picture of JFK in the White House. It’s to remind whoever the latest puppet in chief is who he really works for and what happens if he steps out of line.
    I have often though about starting a website for missing adults where the poster could send a name and a picture and what that person was involved with. I bet the amount of people who go missing is greater then anyone could imagine.
    CPB- Latest t-shirt creation: “FREEDOM (to be lied to about everything always) ISN’T FREE.

    • C. dog e. doG

      It only cost bare arms and a well turned ankle to get free stuff!
      – C. dog swatting at lil’ helicopters with tiny cameras

      • Chris P. Bacon

        You might have to splain that one to me o wise one.

        • C. dog e. doG

          So many turns of the screw, so little time. Since time immemorial, we all know the ladies were able to procure “gifts” from admirers by flashing a little, or more than a little skin (well-turned ankle was a Shakespearean reference for currying favors in such manner). Of course, this lead to more crude exchanges of tit-4-tat giving rise to the world’s oldest profession. But I digress!

          The ever vigilantés realized if they were to keep their own stuff (the product of their luvs and labors), and not rely on currying favors from the lords above them, that they would on occasion have to bear arms, teeth, and crossly-worded texts to protect themselves from those who wish to lord over them and transfer such stuff to those who are not too proud to curry favors and praise the Lords!
          – C. dog divining the origins of second amendments that should have been first

          P.S., you snuck an ad hominem attack post facto against mes hommes française – Sacré Bleu!

          • Chris P. Bacon

            :) Wondering if you would catch that one. As to your explanation, i get it now. Sounds like you must have borrowed the wording from Uncle Ted, or crazy Uncle Alex.

          • C. dog e. doG

            Just so we get our Super Heroes nomenclature straight: Uncle Ted is Captain Nuge, and crazy Uncle Alex is de Tokin’ville, right?
            – C. dog losing track of his one-track mind

          • Chris P. Bacon

            Actually i am not sure of Alex’s last name. I saw him do that interview with Peirs where he kind of lost his cookies. i just can’t handle his voice so i havn’t really listened to him much. i feel lkie i am getting a sore throat in the first 5 minutes.
            And the Nuge. i met him at a dealy at a sportsmans place in Altoona, PA. when i was back there with the little woman visiting her hillbilly relatives. I had him sign my favorite shotgun stock on one side. I am saving the other for Jesus!!

    • nhsteve

      My Geek is like an onion. It has many layers. (And thanks to modern hygiene none of them have to stink unless I want them to.)

  • http://granitegrok.com/author/mike Mike Rogers

    Perfect positioning, adjacent the “cowboy” cartoon :)

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