Jeff B (6 Dec 2011)
"Are you missing fingers on a hand?  You are considered a terrorist!"

Are you missing some fingers?  Justice Department considers you a terrorist.
Have more than seven days food in your house?   Justice Department considers you a terrorist. 
Have we come to this?   Already? 
11/29/2001  from a C-Span video posted on YouTube:   Senator Rand Paul, R-Kentucky testifies against amendments to Senate Terror Detainee Policy that would label you as a terrorist if you have more than 7 days of food stored, or if you are missing fingers.  I had to stop, and reach up, and slowly and carefuly close my mouth after I heard what the government is planning.
This video shows Rand Paul's Senate testimony, then cuts to Judge Napolitano's Foxnews program, but considering the fact that our president is an avowed muslim, who, in keeping with the sprit is jihad, is lying that he is a Chrisian; considering that islam is actively pursuing the establishment of sharia law in the U.S. and worldwide, this video is chilling.  The day is drawing closer, when you could be imprisoned at the whim of a malevolent islamic (Obama has appointed them to the Department of Homeland Security) government bureaucrat who follows sharia law at the expense of U.S. Constitutional law, or a corrupted version such as we see in this video. 
Hon. Rand Paul:  "Know good and well that someday there could be a government in power that is shipping its citizens off for 'disagreements'. There are laws on the books now that chacterize who might be a terrorist. Someone missing fingers on their hands is a suspect, according to the Department of Justice, someone who has guns, someone who has ammunition that is weatherproofed, someone who has more than seven days of food in their house, can be considered a potential terrorist. If you are suspected by these activities, do you want to have the government have the ability to send you to Guantanamo Bay for indefinite detention?  A suspect, were not talking about someone who has been tried and found guilty, were talking about someone  suspected of activites.  But some of the things that make you suspicious of terrorism are having food, having more than seven days of food, missing fingers on your hand, having ammunition, having weatherproofed ammunition, having several guns at your house. Is that enough?  Are you willing to sacrifice your freedom for liberty.  I would argue that we should strike these detainee provisions from this bill because we are giving up our liberty, we are giving up our Constitutional right to have due process before we're sent to a prison.  This is very important.  I think this is a Constitutional liberty we should not look at and, blithely sign away to the executive power or to the military.  So I would call for support of the amendment that will strike the provisions on keeping detainees indefinitelty, particularly the fact that we could now, for the first time, send American citizens to prisons abroad. I think that is a grave danger to our Constitutional liberty and I advise a vote to strike these provisions from the bill. Thank you Mr. President and I yield back my time."
The video here cuts to Judge Napolitano. 
Here is the actual video:
Jeff B