Ron Paul rightly upset about indefinite detention, martial law, and bad news coverage #NDAA

Outside of the independent media, opposition to NDAA has remained almost nonexistent, with the mainstream neglecting to discuss the colossal implications the bill would have if it is signed into law. Speaking to radio host Alex Jones on Tuesday, however, Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul finally became one of the first main figures to attack the act."This is a giant step – this should be the biggest news going right now – literally legalizing martial law," said Paul.

via Ron Paul furious over indefinite detention act — RT.

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