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Submitted by Kyle Gosnell (United States), Feb 5, 2005 at 16:19

I believe there laws on the books , federal type, that deal in sedition, inciting to riot , that require imprisonment.

Since I believe that the actions of these Professors who deal in inciting, or trying to incite violence against the government come under this law, there is no bill of rights to cover the action of inciting violencel this is not a right under US law, contrary to the ACLU's stance.

So where is the Law? Why hasn't it been enforced? We should take this issue up with our Representatives in government, don't you think? And since we are at risk, we should demand a immediate cessation against us on this soil, as is required of all Americans.

If the Universities balk at enforcing of the Law that has been in place for well over a hundred years, close them up, and forbid the rehiring of all who are involved in sedition against us, AS WOULD BE DONE to the Average Christian Citizen, who are the Majority by far.

This is not an opinion, check it out for yourself, I cannot believe the American people have tolerated this insanity as long as they have, what does it take , counter violence to quell it?, and make the lackluster Government Leaders do their jobs.

I am NOT saying any thing against the government , just the judicial area needs to move, and the support from the others must be there, or We as voters need to make the changes needed to bring it about. There is way too much squabbling going on in session, this needs to be put aside until this issue is resolved once and for all. This is not a Republican or Democrat issue; this is needed for our people, who they are sworn to serve, or get out of the way.
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