Is everyone in a coma? Seriously. Yes, they will cloak it in their fancy Orwellian double mind fuck, but the bottom line is they will use it as they see fit. They will sell it.
According to Homeland Security, vets, tea partiers, patriots and free speech advocates are the true terrorists. And the turncoat Gates at the Department of Defense submitted his Fort Hood recommendation yesterday, wherein he commends the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Homeland Defense and America's Security Affairs -- the DoD leader for the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force program.
So who are they going to hold indefinably in say, 2010? Think about it. If you put jihadists in senior level positions in homeland security, who will they as the enemy? Do you really believe that if our constitutional protections and our rights are good for Khalid Sheik Muhammad and his killers, that detainee rules won't apply to Obama's paranoid perceived "enemies of his state?"
Dalia Mogahed, a hijab-clad American Muslim, a senior level Muslim adviser to President Obama, said to an fundamentalist jihad website:
Many have claimed that terrorists have 'hijacked Islam'. I disagree. I think Islam is safe and thriving in the lives of Muslims around the world. What the terrorists have been allowed to take over are Muslim grievances.
The Obama administration is for the first time drafting classified guidelines to help the government determine whether newly captured terrorism suspects will be prosecuted or held indefinitely without trial, senior U.S. officials said.
But approval of the guidelines is being delayed, primarily by State Department officials who are concerned that formalizing the rules will lead inevitably to greater use of long-term detention by the administration under conditions similar to those at the Guantanamo Bay prison in Cuba, which President Obama has pledged to close.
The debate over the rules emerged from the task forces set up by Obama to study detainee issues after he signed executive orders last year abolishing many of the practices instituted during the George W. Bush administration. Officials crafting the replacement policies said the government has to rethink how to respond if a senior Al Qaeda member is captured overseas.
"There's a process of working out procedures," a senior official said. The end product will probably be a secret document that "articulates that if tomorrow we capture a person, what do we do with him and how do we make that decision."
The deliberations are also part of a larger internal fight over how far Obama will go in replicating detention practices used by President Bush, a trend that human rights groups and even some officials working in the Obama administration are attempting to halt.
The guidelines were not directly requested by Obama, but senior advisors believe that without them, they might be forced to make a hasty decision on how to handle a captured suspected terrorist.
There they go again. Obama's whores pimping for him. As if ...... this weren't his idea. The Republicans could never, would never, submit such fascist "guidelines."