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By Ezekiel Jones
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October 6th 2006, 2:42PM [PST] - Somebody should run and check the National Archives because the Constitution may have sprouted legs and walked right out of the District of Columbia sometime after 53 Republicans and 12 Democrats voted last week to end an 800 year-old tradition called habeas corpus. No Reichstag decree was required. No soldiers stood in the Senate gallery with rifles pointed to threaten those Senators who might be tempted to oppose rather than endorse dictatorship. The strongest motivation anyone has yet proposed is that the November mid-term elections are coming up.
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