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Who didn't see this coming? Shoot, it's probably already here.

Just wait until the FDA, EPA, and IRS get their hands on those goods...

1 posted on 08/04/2013 6:42:40 AM PDT by bamahead
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To: Abathar; Abcdefg; Abram; Abundy; albertp; Alexander Rubin; Allosaurs_r_us; amchugh; ...
The security agency’s spy tools are attractive to other agencies for many reasons. ... The standard of evidence needed to acquire them may be lower than in other courts, and the government may not be required to disclose for years, if ever, that someone was the focus of secret surveillance operations.



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2 posted on 08/04/2013 6:45:52 AM PDT by bamahead (Few men desire liberty; most men wish only for a just master. -- Sallust)
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To: bamahead
ANYONE in the White Hut (Moslem Brotherhood)
has access to everyone's religion and assets
and views in the entire USA (held hostage by the Impostor).


3 posted on 08/04/2013 6:50:33 AM PDT by Diogenesis
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To: bamahead

This will ultimately be used against conservatives, Tea partiers and lets not forget Christians.


4 posted on 08/04/2013 6:52:32 AM PDT by bergmeid
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You know, that’s a serious question - WHO didn’t see this coming. That’s why it should never have been done at all, because the possibility of abuse always was 100.00%.


6 posted on 08/04/2013 7:14:29 AM PDT by The Antiyuppie ("When small men cast long shadows, then it is very late in the day.")
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To: bamahead

Who didn’t see this coming? Shoot, it’s probably already here.
*******
By the time we find out about it, its already too late.


7 posted on 08/04/2013 7:15:27 AM PDT by Starboard
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To: bamahead
Just wait until the FDA, EPA, and IRS get their hands on those goods...

Yes. Once these totally captured agencies get it you know Obama's OFA will have it - not that they don't have most of it now thanks to Google, Facebook, and the rest of the totalitarian enablers in the high tech world.

9 posted on 08/04/2013 7:20:43 AM PDT by Paine in the Neck (Is John's moustache long enough YET?)
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To: bamahead

The federales have all that phone data
and they still can’t stop the telemarketers
that routinely violate their federal “do not call” list.


10 posted on 08/04/2013 7:21:08 AM PDT by Repeal The 17th (We have met the enemy and he is us.)
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Mr. Edgar said officials in the national intelligence director’s office occasionally allow other agencies a role in identifying surveillance targets and seeing the results when it is relevant to their own inquiries. But more often, he acknowledged, the office has come down on the side of keeping the process held to an “exclusive club” at the N.S.A., the F.B.I. and the Justice Department, with help from the Central Intelligence Agency on foreign issues.

Those at the top head Zero's brown shirt agencies. If you don't think they allow indiscriminate monitoring, you are not clued in at all. They obviously openly target political opponents.

11 posted on 08/04/2013 7:26:24 AM PDT by Texas Fossil (Once a Republic, since then a State in the US, but it is Still Texas where I live.)
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These are interesting days, in the Chinese blessing sense of the term.

It would appear that only God can slow down this government train.


13 posted on 08/04/2013 7:31:06 AM PDT by lurk
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To: bamahead

This is the natural progression of an out of control government. History is replete with such examples.


14 posted on 08/04/2013 7:35:14 AM PDT by headstamp 2 (What would Scooby do?)
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To: bamahead

The Supreme Court needs to shut this down ASAP. Or We the People will.


16 posted on 08/04/2013 7:47:14 AM PDT by IronJack (=)
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Fat chance.


20 posted on 08/04/2013 10:33:04 AM PDT by Jack Hammer (American)
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“The other agencies feel they should be bigger players,” said Mr. Edgar

What are the idiots at the NYT babbling about? There the fools who went all in to get Obama elected.

21 posted on 08/04/2013 11:05:43 AM PDT by VRW Conspirator (The Lefties can drink Kool-Aid; I will drink Tea.)
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The security agency’s spy tools are attractive to other agencies for many reasons. Unlike traditional, narrowly tailored search warrants, those granted by the intelligence court often allow searches through records and data that are vast in scope. The standard of evidence needed to acquire them may be lower than in other courts, and the government may not be required to disclose for years, if ever, that someone was the focus of secret surveillance operations.
 
No Effing Shiite!
 
The 4th amendment, 5th and 1st are not present in their minds as they consciously violate them over and over again with impunity
 
 

22 posted on 08/04/2013 11:09:11 AM PDT by Vendome (Don't take life so seriously, you won't live through it anyway)
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To: bamahead

You kidding? /S

I wouldn’t be surprised if the local dog catcher wants this information.


23 posted on 08/04/2013 11:09:52 AM PDT by Vendome (Don't take life so seriously, you won't live through it anyway)
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Officials in the national intelligence director’s office worry about opening the surveillance too widely beyond the security agency and the F.B.I. for fear of abuse, Mr. Edgar said. The two intelligence giants have been “burned” by past wiretapping controversies and know the political consequences if they venture too far afield, he added.
 
Oh, that is just so rich....

24 posted on 08/04/2013 11:32:37 AM PDT by Vendome (Don't take life so seriously, you won't live through it anyway)
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WB, bamahead!

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26 posted on 08/04/2013 2:58:00 PM PDT by Larousse2 (The price of Freedom is Eternal Vigilance. ~ Thomas Jefferson)
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It’s M.A.G.I.C.


27 posted on 08/05/2013 5:19:12 AM PDT by TArcher ("TO SECURE THESE RIGHTS, governments are instituted among men" -- Does that still work?)
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To: bamahead
Just wait until the FDA, EPA, and IRS get their hands on those goods...

And the Democratic Party campaign IT staff.

(If you can believe Maxine Waters, they already have it.)

29 posted on 08/05/2013 12:15:31 PM PDT by mbarker12474
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NSA collecting every word of every call - not just “metadata”

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/government_programs/july-dec13/whistleblowers_08-01.html


31 posted on 08/05/2013 6:39:13 PM PDT by aMorePerfectUnion (The more corrupt the state, the more numerous the laws - Tacituss)
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