Looks like the n s a and f b i were collecting data from 9 large internet providers.. Looks like they were getting it all. I suppose we can expect a visit from them for trashing that worthless muslimcreep.
Do we want muslimskum like osambo buying ammo - for any reason?? I don't think so.
Uhhhh, boxbrain, the Chimp Decider signed this top secret NSA bill in 2005, we need to thank all wingnuts.
Seems like you need to wear a aluminum foil deflector beanie to assuage your paranoia. Check this out:
Stupid Right-Wing Tweets: Jonah Goldberg Edition
Posted: 07 Jun 2013 06:00 AM PDT
Like most wingnuts, Lucianne's son is as happy as a pig in filth because the New York Times sharply criticized the Obama administration over its phone data collection.
But unlike the propaganda outfits on the right like Fox News and The National Review during the Bush years, the Times editorial board is frequently critical of the president (see here, here, here and here).
For people who pay attention to these things, this is absolutely nothing new. What is very new, on the other hand, is Bush followers like Jonah Goldberg suddenly giving a flip about civil liberties.
Do you remember that scathing piece Jonah wrote about Bush and the Patriot Act, FISA or torture?
I don't either.
mzvinny has to be the dummmmest loser posting on yoohoo. Skum like that should be locked up, to protect the general public.
I'm all for civil liberties, but why do people care so much if the government knows whom they call, how long they speak, and from where? What are people afraid of, that the FBI will somehow deduce from this info that you're cheating on your spouse and reveal that on national television? What is it that people are trying to hide? I actually mean these as genuine questions, not sarcastic comments. I personally could not care less if the government has my phone records. I would be interested to hear from posters who do resent this and why it bothers them. Is it an abstract principle, a slippery slope concern, some real, personal fear, of something else that I cannot think of?Time for all rightwingnutwhackos to make and wear an aluminum foil deflector beanies, keep Uncle Sugar from extracting your precious thoughts.
PATRIOT ACT AUTHOR: I'VE CREATED A MONSSSTTEEERRRRR!!! - This is totally like how the scientists who created the atom bomb protested its use except absolutely not at all. Ryan Reilly: "Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.), one of the authors of the Patriot Act, said in a Thursday letter to Attorney General Eric Holder that he is 'extremely troubled' by the National Security Agency's seizure of the phone records of millions of Verizon customers through a secret court ruling. 'I do not believe the released FISA order is consistent with the requirements of the Patriot Act,' Sensenbrenner wrote. 'How could the phone records of so many innocent Americans be relevant to an authorized investigation as required by the Act?' 'Seizing phone records of millions of innocent people is excessive and un-American,' he added in a press release that accompanied the letter."
Actually, there is nothing that the Repukes can do to stop it, I'd bet you a $1,000.00 that by Jan of next year it will go into full force, the IRS will be in control of the slackers and whiners
Hypocritical Republicans Have An Obamacare Problem
Posted: 06 Jun 2013 04:00 PM PDT
Senator John Cornyn would have you believe he would repeal Obamacare in an instant to keep the size of government 'small'. There he is, right there in that video from 2012, telling all who would hear about it.
But Cornyn, like other colleagues, is a secret admirer of Obamacare. Lee Fang has unearthed their appeals for grants to bolster health care services in their states, and there are many, from all those loyal GOP Obamacare haters.
Texas Senator John Cornyn, the Republican whip, wrote to the Centers for Disease Control to recommend a grant for Houston and Harris County. Congressman Michael McCaul, a Republican and the chair of the Homeland Security Committee, wrote a letter praising the same grant request, calling the effort a “crucial initiative to achieve a healthier Houston/Harris County.” Senators Johnny Isakson and Saxby Chambliss of Georgia, Mark Kirk of Illinois and Thad Cochran of Mississippi also recommended grant request approval for public health or health clinic funding.
House Republicans and the Senate Republican Policy Committee have trashed the ACA’s Community Transformation grants as an Obamacare “slush fund.” In the letters seeking these grants, however, GOP lawmakers have heaped praise on their potential. Cornyn writes in his letter that the grant would help “improve the health and quality of life of area residents.” Congressman Aaron Schock, a Republican from Illinois, congratulated a local nonprofit for winning a Community Transformation grant, noting that the program will give “people the tools to live healthier and longer lives.”
Wait, what? It will give people tools to live healthier and longer lives? This is a Republican talking?
Yes, yes it is. Go read the whole article and be sure to look at all those letters written by Republicans who pound their chests over Obamacare.
It is only sad if you are a muslim terrorist with connections in Pakistan teaching how to build bombs.
They could give a s t less about hillbillies like you.
God bless the NRA, the CIA drone strikes who take out these mass murderers!!!!!!
Sentiment: Strong Buy