Senate Passes 6-Month Patriot Act Extension

Look for the next False Flag attack to occur within the next 6 months to ensure Bush gets his wish of making the Patriot Act laws permanent.

Check out the statement near the end of the article regarding Michael Chertoff lying awake at night worrying about the next attack. Were these guys lying awake at night worrying about the next terror attack when they were actively blocking/ignoring/covering up the pre-9/11 intelligence that an attack was imminent?

The terror-fighting USA Patriot Act may have a new lease on life.

The GOP-controlled Senate on Wednesday approved a six-month extension of the USA Patriot Act to keep the anti-terror law from expiring on Dec. 31. President Bush gave it his grudging blessing.

The Republican-controlled House is now expected to come back and consider the legislation keeping the 16 provisions of the law passed after the terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington from expiring.

Republican leaders and Bush wanted to make most of the law permanent, but were stymied by a filibuster in the Senate and had to resort to a six-month extension.
White House press secretary Scott McClellan on Thursday accused Senate Democrats of trying to score political points and appease special interests, including the
American Civil Liberties Union, by blocking extension of the law. He said the temporary extension is a victory for the administration, even though it long said it would not approve anything but its permanent renewal.
If Congress fails to renew 16 expiring provisions of the USA Patriot Act by Dec. 31, America will be less safe, Gonzales and Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff warned. Chertoff said every morning he reviews threat information against the United States and lies awake at night worrying about "what's coming next."

Speaking of Comrade

Speaking of Comrade Chertoff, remember this?


April 29, 2005
DHS chief floats idea of collecting private citizens' information

I expect it to be a lot

I expect it to be a lot sooner than that. But I'm not Chicken Little.

Many things in this article

Many things in this article you can use in the arsenal...

The house has now decided to

The house has now decided to change the Patriot Act expiration date to the beginning of Feburary. The Bush administration is spinning it, of course, to appear that the Patriot Act is so important that it must be permanent; which will fuel a large debate earlier in the year rather then waiting till June.

Found a couple of

Found a couple of interesting websites with massive amounts of videos:

Thought I'd share. I suppose they are new to some.