John Cusack Interviews Law Professor Jonathan Turley About Obama Administration’s War On the Constitution

Our Country is a POLICE STATE. In the event that you missed it, please stop, take a deep breath, smell the roses and then look around you…

This comes on the eve of the eleventh anniversary of 9/11, that moment in history when the destruction of civil liberties and the rule of law flipped into high gear.  An Undeclared war in Afghanistan, constitutional abuses that Obama has instituted in the shadow of the former Bush administration.  The interview below describes in great detail how Obama and his administration have taken the hand-off from the Bush administration and rather than turn the clock back on their abuses, have in fact accelerated and institutionalized them.

Read the interview HERE from the beginning – it is really worth it.

CUSACK: The problem is, as I see it, is that regardless of goodwill and intent and people being tired of the status quo and everything else, the information outlets and the powers that be reconstruct or construct the government narrative only as an election game of ‘us versus them,’ Obama versus Romney, and if you do anything that will compromise that equation, you are picking one side versus the other. Because don’t you realize that’s going to hurt Obama? Don’t you know that’s going to help Obama? Don’t you know… and they’re not thinking through their own sort of self-interest or the community’s interest in just changing the way that this whole thing works to the benefit of the majority. We used to have some lines we wouldn’t cross–some people who said this is not what this country does …we don’t do this shit, you had to do the right thing. So it’s going to be a tough process getting our rights back, but you know Frankie’s Law? Whoever stops fighting first – loses.

Wiki Ref for Police State:

A police state is one in which the government exercises rigid and repressive controls over the social, economic, and political life of the population. A police state typically exhibits elements of totalitarianism and social control, and there is usually little or no distinction between the law and the exercise of political power by the executive.