Defend and obey the US Constitution, by repealing the US PATRIOT ACT.
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Defend and obey the US Constitution, by repealing the US PATRIOT ACT.

    1. Petition by

      Brian Lajda

      Sacramneto, CA

The Public Law 107-56 Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism (USA PATRIOT ACT) Act of 2001 by the 107th Congress of the United States, betrays the public trust by violating the US Constitution. By passing an unconstitutional Act into law not only violates the highest law in the land, the US Constitution, but also is a blatant attack on the People of the United States. The US PATRIOT ACT is in itself a terrorist act on the US Constitution and the People of the United States. The US Constitution is our foundation of our Government of “We the People” and must be defended from foreign and domestic threats. The US PATRIOT ACT is a domestic threat on “We the People”, the US Constitution, by circumventing the provisions that are fundamentally our cornerstone of Government.


The United States of America (USA) is a Federal Republic, governed under a constitution "We the People".

All citizens are entitled to the freedoms prescribed in the US Constitution.

The US Constitution is the supreme law of the land for the USA.

The US Constitution shall not be unlawfully circumvented, doing so in itself is a violation of the source of all law within the USA.

Recent signatures


    1. Reached 50 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Robert Randall CLAREMORE, OK
      • over 1 year ago

      Civil right are important!

    • Reuven Levy MONROE TWP., NJ
      • about 2 years ago

      This act is everything that is against the very ideals that the US is created on. Giving up our right to privacy just because we are scared of terrorism is not a way to handle terrorism. The government got a taste of taking one of our freedom's away, but where and when is this going to end? They say they will only need the bill for as long as the war on terrorism is still active, but from wikileaks we can see that they don't tell us information that is vital for our own informative judgements. It's time to show the government that we can think on our own. We voted them into office, we control our country and we have the power, not the other way around. Do the right thing and end this right infringing act.

    • Joseph de Alba LOS ANGELES, CA
      • about 2 years ago

      This shit has been going on for years. I hate the bullshit of our bipartisan system. We're overdue for a new revolution and it's time all the people disregarded and labeled conspiracy theorists get their justice. It's been over 10 years of this FEMA crap. I'm not blind and I'm not fucking stupid. I'm just so damn tired of all the lies. I'm tired enough to renounce my citizenship and put up with the B.S. of a whole other country over staying in my country of origin. The U.S. treats it's citizens like the consuming comatose sheeple they collectively act like. Well, I'm not a fucking sheep. I'm tired of the Fed; I'm tired of the profiting war-mongars. I'm tired of the Patriot Act; I'm tired of our military our drones patrolling whatever they please. I'm tired of flouride in my water and chemtrails in my air. I'm tired of lobbyists on capital hill. I'm tired of millionaire politicians. I'm tired of corporations as "persons." I'm tired of "do as your told." I'm tired of the government policing citizen's bodies, backyards, and bedrooms. I'm tired of America period and I want to be a citizen of my homeland, but find it increasingly hard to live both disenfranchised, devalued, and poisoned by the grid every single day. The benefits and conveniences of American society have run their course and are no longer worth the sacrifice as far as I'm concerned.

      That's why this is just another step in the process.

    • Kim Hughes HATBORO, PA
      • over 2 years ago

      The Patriot Act has vague terms, and encompasses a ridiculous amount of life. The United States should spend its money on something useful instead of surveiliing its own citizens without cause. Billions of dollars are spent with the Patriot Act daily, all to take away the basic rights of citizens. They are swindled into supporting and trusting the corrupt system and trusting that the discrimination the government shows is the correct way of thinking. Hatred is quickly becoming the cultural norm, and that only makes it easier to suppress the dissent of the citizens when their rights are taken out from beneath them. The truth about all of this, is, of course, being kept silent, with whistleblowers being attacked left, right, and center. So the majority is of the population is none the wiser of exactly how little privacy they have, because the information is especially hard to come by, and just worrying about your privacy makes it look like you are a terrorist. It is Neo-McCarthyism.

      • almost 3 years ago

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