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Senate passes new defense bill with blocks on Gitmo transfers, 91-3 [Get Ready for Veto]

Editor’s Note:  If Congress Were Not PRIMARILY about the concentration of power in Washington they would recognize the UNCONSTITUTIONALITY of and resend the unconstitutional federal code that PRETENDS to give presidential executive orders the status of law.  The Founders called bills passed by congress and signed by the President which were not in PURSUANCE to the Constitution “NO LAW AT ALL” and “PRETENDED LEGISLATION”

For the past week, the White House has been talking about its first-day promise to close the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay  on the last day, if need be, of Barack Obama’s presidency. And it might take that long, too, because Congress has overwhelmingly passed a new National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) to fund the military that extends a prohibition on transfers from Gitmo. Obama isn’t likely to issue a veto, either: The Senate voted 91-3 on the $607-billion National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which lays out broad defense policy requirements and restrictions.Obama vetoed the original bill largely…

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