And get out of the country.
Why? Read the first page of the new Law, Sections §1 and §2. Especially §2.
“The authority to establish military commissions under chapter 47A of title 10, United States Code, as added by section 3(a), may not be construed to alter or limit the authority of the President under the Constitution of the United States and laws of the United States to establish military commissions for areas declared to be under martial law or in occupied territories should circumstances so require.”
Did you see what I saw?
“to alter or limit the authority of the President under the Constitution of the United States and laws of the United States to establish military commissions for areas declared to be under martial law or...”
“... DECLARED TO BE UNDER MARTIAL LAW or...”
And they didn't even try to hide it: it's located right there on the first page. Bush the LESSER can declare Martial law, round up the most vociferous domestic opponents to his policies of distortion, discrimination and deception, and put them into Martial law FEMA camps, announce fiat justice under Martial law, establish even more outrageous Commissions with even lesser bestowed 'privileges' (certainly 'rights' no longer applies) to withhold justice for even longer periods.
So while worrying about the fine print far within this Act, the legal effect provided by inclusion of this second Section of this Act grants il Supremo Dictatore incredibly broad powers to oppress and interrogate, not known since the Nazis, Romans or the Inquisition.
Remember the story of Abu Bakker Qassim ?
See my post -
Essay: a VICIOUS CiraqLE
It would not take much effort to become convinced that a good two-thirds of Guantanamo detainees were procured in similar fashion to Abu Bakker Qassim.
If a great number of Bush' captive 'alien unlawful enemy combatants' now under Guantanamo lock and key were bought and delivered by US soldiers or officers paying prices that certainly ran into the $5,000.00 range, it greatly changes the parameters of the Bush Administration's definition of 'unlawful enemy combatant'.
The average citizen-taxpayer, has no idea how much of our government taxes were paid to Iraqi or Afghani informers, in return for their denouncing of neighbors and rivals.
These are the people who sadly became our detained 'unlawful enemy combatants'. Furthermore, at this point in time, these individuals most likely remained confined solely for the reason that, should Bush the Lesser release them, they'd proclaim these unjust detentions and demand redress for their heinous sufferings, as did Qassim.
And if Bush can now impose on us, through a declaration of Martial law in tandem with an attack on either Iran, or North Korea (Syria?), what he's proven capable of doing in Afghanistan or Iraq... well: it looks more like the Winter of America might not end...