Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Enhancing Legislation That Is Already Being Disregarded Will Result In The Same Violations To Updated Legislation

Source: Speaker Of The House Nancy Pelosi's Website:

Debating the Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act of 2007
March 14th, 2007 by Jesse Lee
UPDATE: The Act has passed, 331-94.

"The Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act of 2007, being debated now as part of the Democrats’ Accountability Agenda, strengthens protections for federal whistleblowers to prevent retaliation against those who report wrongdoing, waste, fraud, or abuse to authorities. It would protect all whistleblowers, with specific language for national security, contractor, and scientific whistleblowers. As such, it would enable whistleblowers to come forward in situations where intelligence was being mishandled as in the run-up to the Iraq War, where contractors are overcharging as has happened with Halliburton and many others, and where scientific integrity was being breached as has apparently happened repeatedly with the Bush Administration and global warming science."

If this latest piece of legislation to protect government whistleblowers has been passed, then how is it that many of the government whistleblowers who've been documenting the COINTELPRO harassment they have been subjected to for years, are still being attacked?

An enhancement of legislation that is already being disregarded isn't going to change these abuses. Only sweeping changes in how this country is run, starting with a complete restructuring of the U.S. Federal Government, in order to force it to operate within the Constitutional rule of law, is the only way to affect the inherent changes necessary to restore the United States of America to her roots as a Constitutional Republic.

Furthermore, any superficial changes, like the one mentioned in the above quotes are meaningless gestures at best.
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