"The fear of terrorism was used to create this database shortly after September 11th, just as it was used to pass the Patriot Act and ignore the rule of law with increased domestic spying," stated Michael Dixon, chairman of the Libertarian Party.
"Under the Bush Administration, the federal government has demonstrated that it has no respect for the inherent rights of Americans, and neither Republican nor Democratic politicians have done a thing to stop this madness despite repeated abuses," Dixon
..."This administration is setting records for government spending and arguably has little to show for the money," stated Michael Dixon, chairman of the Libertarian Party.
continued, "America needs to see through the bold moves of troop deployment on American soil and the building of smart fences on the border.
...said Michael Dixon, national chairman of the Libertarian Party.
"Dazzled by the possibility of increasing tax revenue and employment opportunities, local government officials will now be able to claim entire communities for the benefit of private corporations."
While the Libertarian Party
supports the right of corporations to do business, "we even more strongly support the constitutional rights of the individual," Dixon
declared."And those constitutional rights are being trampled on by local governments around the country."
Because the Supreme Court's decision gives government agencies much broader power to confiscate private property, the Libertarian Party
calls on both state legislatures and Congress to stand up for the rights of private landowners.
"This country was founded on the principle that people have the right to protect their lives, their lands and their liberty," Dixon