Homeland Security Bill - more loss of rights coming

HOMELAND SECURITY Revised Text is unavailable

The U.S. Senate is about to vote to pass the House bill on Homeland Security.  Yesterday (Nov 13th) the House passed the bill. Should U.S. House members have voted on sweeping legislation before they ever read it? The U.S. House voted on a revised version of legislation creating the Department of Homeland Security yesterday. The REVISED TEXT is not available to read and I have
been told the revised text might not be available for some time. The only information available is a Congressional Quarterly summary and NOT the text of the legislation that has now been passed. YOUR REPRESENTATIVES have just voted on sweeping legislation to effectuate a massive reorganization of
the federal government.

Unless the Homeland Security Act is amended before passage, here is what will happen to you. Every purchase you make with a credit card, every magazine subscription you buy and medical prescription you fill, every Web site you visit and e-mail you send or receive, every academic grade you receive, every bank deposityou make, every trip you book and every event you attend - all these
transactions and communications will go into what the Defense Department
describes as "a virtual, centralized grand database."

The Homeland Security Act is positioned to severely cripple, if not destroy
what little is left of the US Bill of Rights, and every principle that our
forefathers fought and stood for in the American Revolution. For the United
States and it's people, that is earth changing.

What are the important changes contained in the revised Homeland Security bill? Example:

The New York Times recently reported about the
Pentagon's plan to create a computer system that "will
provide intelligence analysts, local police officers,
credit bureaus and almost anybody else with instant
access to information from:

           Internet activity, websites, e-mail
           Phone calling records
           Credit card transactions
           Personal financial transactions
           Securities, Investments, Assets
           Personal travel documents
           Personal Medical/Psychlogical Records
           Individual Criminal Records
           Individual Income Tax Returns
           Insurance Coverage, Records & Claims
           Credit Reports
           Driving Records
           Library Records
           Voting Records
           Deeds & Property records
           Charitable activities
           Religious activities
           Military records
           Family backgrounds
...and all without a SEARCH WARRANT !!!!!!!

This amounts to nothing other than total surveillence
and electronic snooping on every American..INCLUDING
YOU !!!

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