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Video: "Better git what you can while Hussein's there."
1 posted on 07/07/2013 12:32:46 PM PDT by Libloather
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The senators say the federal government does not have authority to collect the telephone records, that the practice has wrongly turned Americans’ cell phones into tracking devices, and that the Obama administration misstated the legality of the cell phone tracking.

Misstated my ass. They are DELIBERATELY spying on U.S. citizens.

They should have their G-damn heads cut off right after we get to tar and feather them in a public square. Effing traitors!

2 posted on 07/07/2013 12:42:16 PM PDT by unixfox (Abolish Slavery, Repeal The 16th Amendment!)
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The polling must be pretty clear for Senator Liawatha to take a position on this. So far she's only taken a stand when the words "Stand Here" are painted in florescent green on the political landscape. So the polling must be overwhelming against the NSA. Even here in Mass., I've heard outrage from more than one liberal about the NSA stockpiling of our communications. One even told me "maybe the Tea Party was right". The frothing moonbats, of course, say nothing. They are so far gone nothing will penetrate their pea brains.

Why is it that in every photo of Senator Crockajawea she looks like she's either about to cry or is completely shocked by the question she was just asked?


3 posted on 07/07/2013 12:42:16 PM PDT by LostInBayport (When there are more people riding in the cart than there are pulling it, the cart stops moving...)
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I’ve seen this video on Maxine Waters before. Does Obama think the information collected by the nsa belongs to him for political use?


4 posted on 07/07/2013 12:47:48 PM PDT by boycott
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What? Fauxahontas is on the warpath?
5 posted on 07/07/2013 12:58:35 PM PDT by Navy Patriot (Join the Democrats, it's not Fascism when WE do it, and the Constitution and law mean what WE say.)
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This is actually rather frightening to me that the left is waking up. Isn't this when fascist governments go postal...when their useful idiots wake-up and go "WT_? You were back stabbing and using me as well?"
6 posted on 07/07/2013 1:14:49 PM PDT by Earthdweller (Harvard won the election again...so what's the problem.......? Embrace a ruler today.)
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ATTENTION GOPer’s in Massachusetts:

Do NOT let Warren get away with this. She set up the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. According to a recent article at breitbart.com, this Bureau datamines personal financial data.

Details:
http://www.breitbart.com/InstaBlog/2013/06/27/Judicial-Watch-Obama-Regime-Collecting-Financial-Data-From-Private-Citizens-Without-Warrants

Judicial Watch: Obama Admin Collecting Financial Data From Private Citizens Without Warrants
by Debra Heine 27 Jun 201

Well, we almost made it through a whole week without a new Obama Regime scandal, but the good folks at Judicial Watch never rest, and they announced today that they’ve obtained records from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) exposing that millions of dollars have been spent by the agency on the warrantless collection and analysis of Americans’ financial transactions

The full extent of the CFPB personal financial data collection program is revealed in a document obtained by Judicial Watch entitled “INDEFINITE-DELIVERY INDEFINITY-QUANTITY (IDIQ) STATEMENT OF WORK.” According to the IDIQ document’s stated Objective: “The CFPB seeks to acquire and maintain a nationally representative panel of credit information on consumers for use in a wide range of policy research projects… The panel shall be a random sample of consumer credit files obtains from a national database of credit files.”

To accomplish this objective, the CFPB describes the scope of the program accordingly:

The panel shall include 5 million consumers, and joint borrowers, co-signers, and authorized users [emphasis added]. The initial panel shall contain 10 years of historical data on a quarterly basis [emphasis added]. The initial sample shall be drawn from current records and historical data appended for that sample as well as additional samples during the intervening years [emphasis added] to make the combines sample representative at each point in time.

The CFPB data collection program has been highly controversial since the April 2013 hearing, when Cordray disclosed elements of the venture at a Senate Banking Committee hearing. At the time, the US Chamber of Commerce accused the CFPB of breaking the law by demanding the account-level data without a warrant or National Security Letter.


8 posted on 07/07/2013 1:15:40 PM PDT by ruralvoter
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Man....that IRS thing must really be bubbling up under the radar. Dems are bailing on Obummer big time!!!!


9 posted on 07/07/2013 1:22:19 PM PDT by ontap (***)
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This usoneof those issues where the far left, true liberals can line up with the principled right on an issue. It is rare but can happen.


11 posted on 07/07/2013 1:31:10 PM PDT by ilgipper (Obama is proving that very bad ideas can be wrapped up in pretty words)
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It’s a little scary when I agree with Warren on something.


13 posted on 07/07/2013 1:57:41 PM PDT by 9YearLurker
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Shut up Liz.

you didn’t build it.

You have no right to expect an explanation


16 posted on 07/07/2013 2:48:15 PM PDT by Vendome (Don't take life so seriously, you won't live through it anyway)
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Extremism in defense of liberty is no vice...


17 posted on 07/07/2013 3:16:28 PM PDT by ColdSteelTalon (Light is fading to shadow, and casting its shroud over all we have known...)
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That is just about right. Was guessing that 75 % of Senators and Reps were corrupt. And supporting the illegal spying of Americans is about as corrupt as you can get.

Finally we have some major issues that the Oligarchy cannot split and conquer their opposition into left and right wing camps.

18 posted on 07/07/2013 3:17:04 PM PDT by justa-hairyape
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...Little Running on the Warpath.

Watch out for insane squaw.

(it’s okay, she’s an Indian - a blonde haired, blue eyed Indian.)


20 posted on 07/08/2013 1:05:55 AM PDT by Tzimisce (The American Revolution began when the British attempted to disarm the Colonists.)
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