Make “John Doe” a LaW!

If you See something, Say something!
and no…you won’t need to get a lawyer first!

Sue this CA-IR!

(Washington, D.C.): The Center for Security Policy is gratified that its efforts, those of innumerable bloggers, radio talk show hosts and other public-minded citizens translated into an important legislative victory late last night.

Thanks to the leadership of Sens. Joe Lieberman and Susan Collins, …especially that of Rep. Pete King, ..legislation along the lines of that adopted by an overwhelming bipartisan majority of the House of Representatives last May at Rep. King’s initiative will shortly become law.

Victory! The King Amendment is saved!

The language will provide protection against the sorts of harassment lawsuits filed by the Council on American-Is-lamic Relations (CA-IR) after several unidentified individuals reported six Mus-lim im-ams engaged in suspicious – and frightening – behavior prior to boarding a USAir flight in November 2006.

CA-IR has been identified as a front organization for the Mu-slim Brotherhood and is an un-indicted co-conspirator in an alleged terrorism-financing plot.


I know I know I know..the John Doe hasn’t been signed into law….Yet.
Let’s make sure it does!

Good Day for:
1-All sane Americans who deserve protection and security.
2-Sens. Joe Lieberman and Susan Collins and Congressman Peter King.

Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition!

Sadly my friends, we actually have to celebrate our own government letting us protect ourselves.

Bad day for:

1-CA-IR..who is nothing but a heavily funded, Saudi terrorist PR front group.

oooooooh …bet CA-IR was offended huh.

CA-IR has been recognized as a front organization for the virulently anti semitic and anti American Muzlim Brotherhood and is an un-indicted co-conspirator in an alleged terrorism-financing plot.
Minor detail to the Libs huh.

They should be known as an INDICTED not UNindicted co-conspirator of terrorism.
The Feds should chew them up and spit them out.

But nooooo, alls they have to do is call themselves a “civil rights” group, like the bloody ACLU and suddenly, they are immediately excused from all inquiry for corruption and misuse of tax-free dollars.

Aw filing frivolous lawsuits ad nauseum to intimidate people into not reporting suspicious activity anymore?..Boo-frikken Hoo!

2- I’ll bet their poster boy Izlamic Rage Boy’s havin a bad day too. heh. What? phoney protest this afternoon over John Doe?
whats a bro to do?

3-Liberal lawyers are fightin mad too..after all..they won’t get to make big buckaroos now working with their friends and buddies , their terrorist allies.

4-The Dhiimicrats:
Sheesh, those lousy Libs oughta hit the ground, get on their knees and kiss the feet of any civic-minded citizen who takes the trouble to report suspicious behavior by i-mams and Muzlims.

The John Doe Law may just save their useless lives someday! deadani.gif

Oh, and by the by, any lawmaker, if you can even call them that, who attempted to stop “John Doe” should be exposed and chucked right outta their cushy lil office.

Perhaps they should review the Law!


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32 Responses to “Make “John Doe” a LaW!”

  1. Panhandle Poet says:

    We should report those lawmakers who didn’t support it for suspicious un-American behavior!

  2. Debbie says:

    I think Congress can finally agree on something. Don’t forget to pack your cheese next time you travel, heh.

    Seriously, We are the last line of defense. Average Americans being aware of their surroundings.

  3. Angevin13 says:

    I’d just add that not only are average Americans the last line of defense, quite often they are the first and only lines of defense. I ride the subway to and from work each and every day. If an ordinary citizen won’t call attention to suspicious behavior, who is going to protect us?

    Doing away with the King Amendment is just plain absurd.

  4. Right Truth says:

    Green flies buzzing around Madrassa school in Brooklyn…

    A big, hot, steaming pile of crap attracts a lot of green flies. Believe me, the flies were having mid-air crashes tonight as they buzzed around the comments being dished out by Hussein Ibish while talking about the Arabic Madrassa…

  5. Strawberry says:

    Angel – I agree – any lawmaker who opposed this should be exposed and indicted for lack of failure to support and defend the Constitution of the U.S., an oath of office each one has to take!

  6. DesertSage says:

    Angel, you’re the best!

  7. Yankee Doodle says:

    On the one hand, if we can’t report the behavior, the terrorists have a free hand, and they will have won a victory.

    On the other hand, if we turn into a nation where everyone is spying on everyone else and reporting others to the authorities, we take a step towards becoming an oppressive place; implementation of a religious police will just be a minor modification.

    This is most definitely a victory for us, but it is not without risks.

    The terrorist threat is more multi-faceted than we think.

    Good post, Angel!

  8. Jungle mom says:

    Once again, we are our own worst enemy!!

  9. nanc says:

    i’m starting a move to take the “a” out of “c*ir” – they do not want relations with america, so we need to take the “a” out. i feel much better since i started that and profiling.

  10. Fang says:

    “Be alert but not alarmed”… whatever. Shoot first ask questions later.

  11. benning says:

    Until it is passed into law, I won’t celebrate. Why any member of the US Congress would fight against this is beyond me!

  12. Always On Watch says:

    Isn’t this wonderful? How I love anti-dhimmitude!

    However, Robert Spencer has cautionary information at this site. Check it out!

  13. Always On Watch says:

    Another thought: Any politician who doesn’t support protecting John Doe witness should be drummed out of office for threatening our national security.

  14. Gayle says:

    Thank God! I posted on the failure of the John Doe act to pass. It infuriated me! This is good news, Angel. Thanks for posting this. I feel better already. :)

  15. DD2 says:

    On a recent business trip to prior to boarding a plane I went to the mens room and this was the scene I encountered. 4-5 Muslims praying to Allah while washing both hands up to the wrist several times, making sure that the water reaches between fingers and under rings.
    .Rinsing out their mouths three times, and spitting the water in their hand back into the sink using the right hand the one not used for cleaning private parts to bring the water to the mouth. Snorting water into the nostrils from their hand, three times. Making the most disgusting sounds you ever heard.
    Wetting the tips of their fingers and putting them into both ears, and also behind their big floppy ears and ear lobes. Yuck!
    And finally, washing both feet to the ankles starting with the right foot, including between the toes, then reciting: the arab version of Kum by ya ” meaning there is no God but Allah. and if I should die, get those virgins ready by starting the washing ritual.
    The whole room smelled like a camels cage at the zoo.

  16. brooke says:

    Let’s hope they don’t loophole us again, and get this put into law!

    BTW, that first C&F cartoon is fantastic!

  17. OMMAG says:

    When will his greatness Patrick Fitzgerald take up the cause of protecting the American public from the ravages and abuses groups like the ACLU and/or CAIR….??

  18. Angel says:


  19. Layla says:

    Sorry so late to this post hun. I am too busy. But I agree, shoot first – ask later!

  20. Bar Kochba says:

    Islam will win by strangling us with political correctness.

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  22. Incognito says:

    Woohoo!!! What great news! On both fronts… John Doe and CAIR.

  23. Goat says:

    Good one Angel!

  24. EDGE says:

    I’m sorry…why are we still allowing Arabs into our country freely? Can someone please explain that one to me?

  25. Al-Ozarka says:

    “This is most definitely a victory for us, but it is not without risks.” Yankee Doodle


    Republican politicians have a bad habit of taking for granted that citizens of america will all behave responsibly when the facts suggest that leftists will use a provision like the “John Doe” legislation to harass good people into submission.

    Remember East Germany? The Stazi?

    This law,in the hands of a Democrat government, is ripe for abuse.

  26. nanc says:


  27. The Hermit says:

    In 2004, my son and I were in the Denver Airport, waiting to catch a connecting flight to Sacramento. At our gate, while we waited, there was an Arabic looking guy, about 25 or so, wearing a huge great coat (it was mid summer), rocking back and forth, and praying up a storm. He made people nervous and they got up and sat elsewhere. When we got in line to board the plane, the ticket agents took an old woman out of line and searched her. I went over to the ticket counter and asked the woman why the hell they were searching an 80 something grandma when this guy was acting like a nut case five people back. She said the search was random, based on the number of passengers, and that they were not allowed to pull people out of line and search them based on their own judgement once the individual had passed the security checkpoints and reached the gate.
    As it turned out, the guy caused no problems, he was strange but not dangerous. However, the procedures the airlines used, and the rationale behind them, did not leave me feeling very secure nor enhance my faith in the government protecting me.

  28. DL says:

    What is interesting is that most NewEngland states have hot lines for reporting suspicious game law violators. Then again I suppose it is better to allow the protection of a fish or two than America.

    The problem still is the liberal weapon of political correctness -until that is attacked and destroyed -we head down the path of self-righteous suicide.

  29. Defiant_Infidel says:

    YD makes a great point… this should be basic logic. The fact that we seem to need a law points to how deeply immersed in PC we are. I find no reasons to be comforted here (especially with Susan Fricken’ Collins endorsing it!), although I guess I’d rather have this law than not, Angel.

    The goal sounds great. The execution of it may be heavily abused. What could an ’08 Hildebeast Whitehouse do with this against free speech and firearms owners, for example? Perhaps we will all be able to answer that more succinctly with time’s passage. This situation being any sort of questions at all is a stellar example of the demise of common sense.

    I agree with Fang and Layla… Surprise! :-)

  30. KKarLLmM says:

    You did it again Angel…..Great work..shinning the light where darkness rules.

    I have a simple suggestion…..It works in Israel, and lives are saved. I believe that is a compelling arguement.

    If the camelhugger is harmless, then what exactly is the problem here.
    It always seems the most noise comes from the squeeky wheel…perhaps the guilty protest to much…What do you think?

  31. wytammic says:

    See, I told you I would make it over here!

    Make John Doe law indeed. Keep us up to date with this :)

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