Why was the John Warner National Defense Authorization Act bill passed?

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    Because the president at the time had the votes in Congress.

    That is why any bill passes, it gets the majority of the votes.

    As far as background was concerned everyone was, and is, afraid of terrorists and many, especially on the right, feel that the laws that protect our rights get in the way of thwarting terrorism.

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