As expected, Obama will NOT veto NDAA

Obama will not veto National Defense Authorization Act
By Eric W. Dolan
Wednesday, December 14, 2011

The White House on Wednesday said it would not veto the controversial National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).

President Barack Obama’s spokesman Jay Carney said lawmakers who crafted a compromise version from rival Senate and House versions of the legislation had addressed his worries about proposed tough rules on detainees.

The legislation has been the subject of considerable criticism.

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  1. Process this..In our histroy…Martial LAW was already used here. The American Revolution, New Orleans, Louisiana in the War of 1812, The Great Chicago Fire. We have a problem with media directed thinking. Don’t you dare let somebody use subjects you don’t know about to scare you into opinions you would not have formed without fear.

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