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Protect America Act Is Legal Duh
The Foundry ^ | 1/16/09 | Conn Carroll

Posted on 01/16/2009 8:31:42 AM PST by ToddThurman

Anyone who has ever entered the United States after traveling abroad knows that the federal government does not always need a warrant to conduct a reasonable search of a person’s belongings. The federal government has a myriad of interests, including national security, that outweigh a person’s right to privacy at the border (which if you’re flying from Cancun to St.Louis, includes the St. Louis airport). Following that same logic, the government also has an interest in monitoring international communications between persons inside the United States and persons abroad.

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TOPICS: Computers/Internet; Conspiracy; Government; Politics
KEYWORDS: bush; cia; fisa; survaliance

1 posted on 01/16/2009 8:31:42 AM PST by ToddThurman
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To: ToddThurman
Naw...we'd rather be hit again, right??

Remember, prior to 9-11, Daschle's wife, lobbied NOT to upgrade security for airplanes...

2 posted on 01/16/2009 8:48:40 AM PST by Sacajaweau (I'm planting corn...Have to feed my car...)
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