Repeal the NDAA

HR 3785 repeals section 1021 of the NDAA 2012

RE: H.R.3785 To repeal section 1021 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012.



I am writing as a constituent in your Congressional district. I support H.R.3785 - To repeal section 1021 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012, and am tracking it using OpenCongress.org, the free public resource website for government transparency and accountability. Now that the bill has been referred to the House Foreign Affairs and House Armed Services committees, it is in need of co-sponsers. Your colleagues Representative Amash (MI-3) and Representative Jones (NC-3) have taken action to co-sponser the bill, and I urge you also to take this action.



While the NDAA may have good intentions of securing our populace from terrorist threats, it is unconstitutional to have or threaten any American citizen to indefinite detainment without due process or a fair trial by his or her peers. If no action is taken by you to support the bill, it will be understood our Representative has no regard for his constituent's civil liberties and freedoms. As a fellow American, we hope you understand our constitutional rights as individuals need not to be trampled on, and the threat of large government detainment is generally despised by our local community.



If any clarification is needed for H.R.3785, please contact your fellow Representative 's office, Representative Paul (TX-14), the author of the bill. Thank you for your time.

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Public Comments (375)
Dec 26th, 2016
Someone from Copiague, NY writes:
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The tire less war against the constitution and the American public continues to be waged by the 4th Reich. This is very same illegitimate shadow government who committed and covered up the crimes of 911 and all other false flag operations designed to perpetuate the myth of radical Muslim terror to justify the fraudulent open ended unending war of terror for the radical Zionist objectives of their oligarch bankster overlords. America has been lost to the enemy and the American people have lost the war.
Dec 26th, 2016
Jon S. from New York, NY writes:
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While the NDAA may have good intentions of securing our populace from terrorist threats, it is unconstitutional to have or threaten any American citizen to indefinite detainment without due process or a fair trial by his or her peers. If no action is taken by you to support the bill, it will be understood our Representative has no regard for his constituent's civil liberties and freedoms. As a fellow American, we hope you understand our constitutional rights as individuals need not to be trampled on, and the threat of large government detainment is generally despised by our local community.
Dec 2nd, 2016
comm c. from Edina, MO signed.
Aug 26th, 2016
Someone from Chicago, IL writes:
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Jul 5th, 2016
Someone from Gering, NE writes:
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First of all, does anyone know the true definition of government? Government in latin means control of the mind. Not everyone in government is doing this, it is SPECIFIC individuals in government. We MUST be careful not to group everyone into one lump sum and state that everyone in government is passing this legislation. This is how wars and riots get started. This is a case by case basis and MUST be treated as such.
Jun 20th, 2016
Someone from Jacksonville, FL writes:
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This law is a disgrace
Feb 6th, 2016
Someone from Seattle, WA writes:
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This is completely unconstitutional. The United States abides by the supreme law of the land. Citizens are already fearful of government forces - this extra step of oppressing us is not necessary. What else could the powerful possibly want? We are people just (like you) trying to live. In addition, this policy is based on propaganda. Let's actively choose to stay American.
Feb 6th, 2016
Someone from Seattle, WA writes:
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This is completely unconstitutional. The United States abides by the supreme law of the land. Citizens are already fearful of government forces - this extra step of oppressing us is not necessary. What else could the powerful possibly want? We are people just (like you) trying to live. In addition, this policy is based on propaganda. Let's actively choose to stay American.
Jan 10th, 2016
Someone from Olympia, WA writes:
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Nothing needs to be said here it's obvious what the intent of this law really is- destruction of all American rights
Dec 23rd, 2015
Someone from Cincinnati, OH signed.

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