J Corbally wrote,
> I'm no expert on the U.S. Constitution, but AFAIK it is suspended if the
> President (with the relevant support of the House/Senate)
> declares Martial Law.
Also, remember the "Clear and Present Danger" doctrine. The constitution is
*automatically* null and void when there is a "clear and present danger"
which must be immediately addressed. This doctrine could be extrapolated
onto any threat the government perceives as dangerous.
-- Harvey Newstrom <http://HarveyNewstrom.com> <http://Newstaff.com>
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