Do Americans feel safer from terrorists and tyranny under the NDAA of 2012?

Our legislators passed the NDAA of 2012 on the 220nd anniversary of the Bill of Rights and President Obama signed the bill into law in Hawaii on New Year's Eve, granting him the ultimate authority to indefinitely detain anywhere in the world for life, torture and assassinate any American citizen suspected of... show more Our legislators passed the NDAA of 2012 on the 220nd anniversary of the Bill of Rights and President Obama signed the bill into law in Hawaii on New Year's Eve, granting him the ultimate authority to indefinitely detain anywhere in the world for life, torture and assassinate any American citizen suspected of the crime of belligerence against the Federal government. Under the NDAA, we are officially living in a police state.

Do Americans feel safer from terrorists and tyranny under our new law that deletes our rights under the 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th Amendments?
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