Spanking Your Child On A Plane = Terrorism

Thursday, January 22, 2009 Posted by Shattered Paradigm

In the "new America" perhaps you should think twice before taking a flight, because virtually anything you do or say on a plane can be interpreted as "terrorism" under the Patriot Act and can get you convicted of a federal crime and put in jail. Just ask the single mother of two children who was convicted of terrorism and had her children taken from her for spanking her children on an airplane.

The L.A. Times recently had a story on single mother Tamera Jo Freeman. She was aboard a Frontier Airlines flight to Denver when her two small children began to argue.

Well, the two children ended up spilling a Bloody Mary into Foreman's lap, so she spanked both of them on the thigh three times. In the heat of the moment Foreman cussed out a flight attendant who tried to intervene, and the next thing you know Foreman was cuffed and headed for prison.

She is a domestic terrorist under the Patriot Act.

Her children are now being adopted out to a foster family.

You see, the Patriot Act's definition of "domestic terrorism" includes acts that are "dangerous to human life that are a violation of the criminal laws of the United States or of any State".

So basically anything that you do that is a crime that could conceivably be dangerous to human life in any way is now terrorism.

Being convicted as a terrorist for spanking a child on a plane might only be the beginning of these types of abuses if President Obama does not get this stupid law repealed.

Please call on President Obama and Congress to repeal the Patriot Act now.

If not, perhaps you will be the next one wrongly convicted as a domestic terrorist.


  1. asdf said...

    Civilians caught in the crossfire of these laws: Uncountable

    Real Terrorists Caught: 0

    This is a severely messed up story and what will soon be happening to us all if this path is maintained by the government. Closing your curtains will soon be a terrorist offense, that's not a joke.

  2. Anonymous said...

    Doesn't matter what they charge you with. It is up to the jury to be informed enough to say, "B.S., not guilty!" It doesn't matter what the laws say or the judge says. The jury is in charge and they judge the person, the "crime", and the law.

  3. Bigmo said...

    This is totally unbelievable! You must be joking. When does it stop? When do we the people stop it?

  4. bob B said...

    Whoever indicted this woman should be fired, disbarred, banned, and blacklisted.

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