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Monday, May 15, 2006

Helping the Enemy

This is scary Big Brother stuff to the left. I can't imagine why the government would feel the need to ferret out the traitors who are leaking highly classified top secret documents to the media, can you? The media thinks they are immune from printing classified secrets that endanger American interests.

Wanna hear something scary? I just got my phone bill and it lists every call I have made for the last month. Who I called, their phone number, what time I called, how long we talked.
Can you imagine the audacity of Verizon? They've been SPYING on me and collecting data!!! If you *69 somebody that calls you are you violating their rights?

Hey, how do you suppose the uninformed goons over at the HuffPo are responding to this completely legal move by the government?
If this is true even the most devout Bushpigs will have trouble saying it's not a gross violation of the law. Bushpigs aren't thinking human beings, they're robots made out of bullshit.

Call your senators and your congress men and women to stop this evil injustice!

Rove has studied every despot in history. This time he is borrowing from Mussolini.

Welcome to fascist America. And when they come for you, don't say we didn't warn you.

ABC should pull the plug on the President's address, just to let the White House wolves know, that ABC is off limits to being spied upon.

We must fumagate the Congress. Rid the Hill of those that will not stand for the constitution and the priciples of our fore-fathers. (SIC)


That's what the media whore media gets for being Bushist lapdance lapdog whores.

This is the most shocking example yet of Bushco's disregard for the spirit, if not the letter, of the Constitution.

Sheesh, with two terms of chimpy, our country in unrecognizable.

Fuck be to you, Bush and your motherfucking Republican party. It must burn your soul to know that whatever bullshit you're posting, the American public STILL loves President William Jefferson Clinton, and it hates the miserable cocksucker that you would call Bush.

I have to admit I loved that he used the word 'Clinton' and 'miserable cocksucker' in the same sentence! Clinton knows all about that....


Blogger Matt Vella said...

Last I checked private records were considered private - as in between the record creator and keeper (akin to doctor patient confidentiality).

So yes, your phone company is keeping records of your transactions as is needed to do business. In a private way.

How about this. How about everyone has a series of cameras installed in their homes that cover every room at every angle (bedroom, bathroom, etc.). Next, all those records are handed over to the government.

Also, all your mail gets pre-read by a government official. Every bank transaction is thoroughly examined by the IRS.

Uncomfortable yet? If you're not, I certainly am.

9:51 PM  
Blogger Jenn of the Jungle said...

That is friggin' hilarious. I said about the same thing at my blog.

Matt is a hyper sensitive leftist shill. Ignore.

11:46 PM  
Blogger Senor said...

I can assure you nobody wants to put cameras in your home. I've received mail before that had a customs stamp on it that said, "this mail was opened and examined by U.S. Customs".

Phone records do not share the same confidentiality that medical records receive.
Furthermore, all the govt is doing is cross referencing phone numbers. Terrorist B calls Terrorist Supporter in San Fran. Terrorist supporter calls Joe in Seattle. Joe calls Abu in Toronto.

If we were hit by another 9-11 tomw, the Left would be the first to scream that we didn't do enough.
"They KNEW terrorists were calling cells in the U.S. and did nothing!"

Consider also that the phone company (and many other companies) sells your personal information all the time.

6:59 AM  
Blogger Matt Vella said...

Hyper sensitive leftist shill. Yes, that's me...

I don't think that the government wants to install cameras, I was making an example. No tin foil helmet yet.

Why the need to go about doing all this without permission?

11:29 PM  
Blogger Senor said...

It wasnt without permission or knowledge of the courts, Matt.
"Two judges on the secretive court that approves warrants for intelligence surveillance were told of the broad monitoring programs that have raised recent controversy, a Republican senator said Tuesday, connecting a court to knowledge of the collecting of millions of phone records for the first time."

7:24 AM  
Blogger joe said...

so... 2 judges out of 7 on a secret court have been briefed and that makes warrentless wiretaps okay? are you serious?

Phone companies,like all companies who hold customer data are restricted by privacy laws from selling your information without your consent. at minimum they must send out notices to said customers offering for them to opt out of this information sharing. I have opted out of several just this year. Even if you dont opt out the only info legally available for selling is your name, number and address, all of which are available in any phone book, assuming you dont have a private listing. Giving out call records is an invasion of privacy; yours, mine and everyone elses. Access to call data requires a warrant, otherwise it is illegal.

I'll never understand how it is the current administration just gets a pass on continually breaking laws, while you simultaneuously get all bent out of shape over immigrants breaking immigration law. Why is it okay for the people you agree with to break the law while its not okay for those you dont agree with?

7:03 PM  

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