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IAHF List: Unless the Patriot Act is stopped via the planned bipartisan filibuster, the government will be able to continue to SECRETLY and WITHOUT YOUR KNOWLEDGE inspect your medical records. They'll be able to tell if you've been vaccinated, to tell if you've ever REFUSED your doctors advice to get a flu shot, or to find out if you've ever REFUSED any mainstream treatment that might have been recommended. They'll be able to draw a BEAD on you for using dietary supplements and alternative treatment. They'll be able to KEEP doing warrentless SEARCHES of your home or business.

We must and CAN stop them. If we don't, we'll be that much CLOSER to their forcibly implanting us with microchips and tracking us like dogs via satellites which they have the technology & desire to do--- see the Anti Chip and Anti NSA sections at http://www.iahf.com and see this recent alert about the tie in between the CODEX issue and MKULTRA Mind control: https://www.ymlp.com/pubarchive_show_message.php?jham+452


A bipartisan group of senators have agreed to fight the Patriot Act-by filibuster if necessary. The law currently goes too far in curtailing our civil liberties and they're fighting back. The Senate will vote as soon as Thursday. This is the time to act.

This is a huge moment. Senators from both parties are standing together to protect privacy and liberty in a time of war-and they're ready to go all the way. It's important to support them and to show those who are still on the fence how important this issue is to you. Will you help us reach 250,000 signatures on our petition by Thursday so we can deliver them in time for the vote?


If this filibuster holds, Congress could vote to temporarily extend the Patriot Act as it stands-allowing time for a new, better version that addresses the big problems in the law. This would be a huge victory for those of us who believe that liberty is non-negotiable.

The tide is turning in Congress. Leaders in Washington are beginning to demand accountability from the Bush administration on everything from Iraq to the use of torture. Now it looks like President Bush's plan to pass a new and more dangerous version of the Patriot Act is also in trouble.1

In 2001, only one senator voted against the Patriot Act. Since then, people from all across the political spectrum have come to realize that the Patriot Act strikes a blow to the fundamental rights, liberties, and privacy of all Americans. Protecting freedom is something that all of us-progressives and conservatives, Democrats and Republicans-can agree on.

That's why a bipartisan group of senators, including Republicans Larry Craig, John Sununu, Lisa Murkowski and Democrats Russ Feingold, Dick Durbin and Ken Salazar, have been working to fix the Patriot Act. They have vowed to fight the most egregious provisions and filibuster reauthorization if necessary. We need to show them that we have their backs.

The Patriot Act that the president wants them to pass now goes too far and doesn't protect the privacy of innocent Americans. It doesn't address some of the biggest problems in the law. For example:2

The government can obtain your private records, like medical, library, school, and other records-without showing any connection between your activities and and a suspected foreign terrorist.
Some 30,000 National Security Letters ("NSLs") are issued each year to obtain private records,3 and the recipients of those NSLs are under a gag order that is almost impossible to overturn. But the Patriot Act does nothing to address these abusive powers.
The government is allowed to get "sneak and peek" search warrants to search a home or business and doesn't have to tell the owner of the premises for a month. This power can be used in cases that don't have anything to do with terrorism.
Right now, the Patriot Act is just bad law about to get worse-and leaders in the Washington are actually willing to try to block it. We can't let our only chance to fix it slip away without a fight.

Hundreds of thousands of signatures on a petition like this will show the Senate how serious Americans are about protecting their constitutional freedoms. Will you sign the petition and show your support for filibustering a Patriot Act that doesn't include privacy protections?


Together, we can make sure we're safe-and our freedom is safe, too.

Thanks for all you do,

&Eli, Nita, Ben, Jennifer and the MoveOn.org Political Action Team
Tuesday, December 13th, 2005


1. ACLU: Reform the Patriot Act


2. ACLU: Summary of Patriot Reauthorization Act Conference Report

3. "The FBI's Secret Scrutiny," Washington Post, November 6, 2005

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