First I was like:
But then a federal judge appointed by Barack Obama ruled that under the NDAA, "it is certainly the case that if plaintiffs were detained as a result
of their conduct, they could be detained until the cessation of
hostilities - i.e., an indeterminate period of time," and I was like:
debating a straw person:
only two people have ever been indefinitely imprisoned by the United States. And they were, probably, some WHITE DOODS, right?