Obama signs NDAA Into Law Obama signs NDAA Into Law

President Obama signed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) today, allowing indefinite detention to be codified into law – perhaps the most blatantly unconstitutional law instituted by the White House in recent years. As you know, the White House had threatened to veto an earlier version of the NDAA but reversed course shortly before Congress voted on the final bill. While President Obama issued a signing statement saying he had “serious reservations” about the provisions, the statement only applies to how his administration would use it and would not affect how the law is interpreted by subsequent administrations.

The statute is particularly dangerous because it has no temporal or geographic limitations, and can be used by this and future presidents to militarily detain people captured far from any battlefield.

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Utah Representative Mike Lee and Judge Napolitano discuss the gross inconsistencies in Obama’s words and actions, as well as the possibility of Obama engaging in the Libyan war as a snubbing of the nose to Congress – like they were “potted plants.”


International military operation has begun in Libya, as a result of a UN Security Council Resolution authorizing a no fly zone, and other necessary measures. Some lawmakers are questioning how Obama could make this decision, without approval. Congressman Dennis Kucinich says Obama’s unconstitutional move would appear on its face to be an impeachable offense. He explains why he thinks the Constitution has been violated.

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