Any politician that voted for this is either a traitor, or a crook afraid of what the NSA knows. Every single one of them need to be thrown out of Office.
So you were against this amendment?
“...Any politician that voted for this is either a traitor, or a crook afraid of what the NSA knows. Every single one of them need to be thrown out of Office....”
NOW, we can tell who NSA/Odongo has the dirt on. IF they voted for this, they’re dirty and need to be voted out of office. Until that happens, we have a one-party (communist) system in this country. Odongo rules supreme. They know it, we know it. It’s now only the “unwashed masses” that still believe they live in a free country. Maybe someday they’ll wake up and realize what’s really going on.
TX District 13 Rep. Mac Thornberry voted NO as well, and he sits on the United States House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
Im running again in 2014 to replace him. Sure could use some Freedom and Liberty loving Constitutional Conservatives to help me with this. Thanks!!!
Take note of the votes for this program from Peter King of New York, Paul Ryan, Darrell Issa, Phil Gingrey of Georgia and the list goes on......
Dan Benishek of Michigan, Steve King of Iowa and the list goes on to include some Democrats like Debbie Wasserman-Schultz of Florida.
A vote FOR this measure would have cut off NSA funding for indiscriminant recording of all phone calls.
A vote AGAINST this measure was a vote to continue as is.
To clarify, a vote for the measure would have stopped funding
A "No" vote (against the measure) Kept funding the NSA's prying
The correct vote was "for" the measure, the incorrect vote was "against" the measure, and the "no" votes won, so funding will be continued.