This first one is the real gem. As I noted in a previous post, they've worded the Unpatriot Act to all but eliminate the possibility of 'abuse' or 'violations'. To sweeten the deal, they then get to decide which cases actually fit that bill! Here are but a few more that I dug up for you fellas. Be sure to discredit any source (especially the one from the Nader site), or to assert that a particular individual 'deserved' what treatment they got. Don't bother keeping in mind our basic rights and freedoms. "They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." - Benjamin Franklin, 1759 Anyone care to pick an argument with that fella?