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#16 dippednbutter

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Posted 20 November 2012 - 19:16

Thank you Patrick Leahy for further attempting to deteriorate our privacy. File him under douche of the year. As if warrants weren't enough to get the job done.


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Posted 20 November 2012 - 19:17

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I'm in the Stonecutters.


Indeed...aren't the secret plans for world domination and the destruction of the worlds governments in order to ensure your reign awesome? ;) :p

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 01:04

I don't see how this could possibly surprise anyone. Both sides are for bigger government, regardless of what they say.

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 01:24

A Democrat did this? Do tell.

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 06:11

Soon everyone will be like sheep.


If you have nothing to hide then you shouldn't worry. Then again why would I want anyone to read my personal emails. This is getting out of hands.


Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa....

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 06:24

So down goes the freedoms that the US once stood for thanks to the Democrats that the majority (mindless emotion driven sheep) elected.

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 07:44

So down goes the freedoms that the US once stood for thanks to the Democrats that the majority (mindless emotion driven sheep) elected.


Do you really think it'd actually be ANY different under the Republicans?

All politicians are the same, in it for self interest only. The average guy in the street will still be bent over and butt raped, no matter what colour badge the buggers are wearing.

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 12:42

Do you really think it'd actually be ANY different under the Republicans?

All politicians are the same, in it for self interest only. The average guy in the street will still be bent over and butt raped, no matter what colour badge the buggers are wearing.

I'm not going to argue that. It's the Dems who are invading privacy and violating the constitution.

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 12:48

I'm not going to argue that. It's the Dems who are invading privacy and violating the constitution.


Using laws enacted by the Rebuplicans, such as the PATRIOT act. So no, it's really not worth arguing, is it? :p

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 12:56

Using laws enacted by the Rebuplicans, such as the PATRIOT act. So no, it's really not worth arguing, is it? :p

Why do you choose to skirt the real issue of the violation of the constitution? Does it really bother you that the Democrats are being fingered for this?

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 12:59

Why do you choose to skirt the real issue of the violation of the constitution? Does it really bother you that the Democrats are being fingered for this?


I couldn't really care less that your constitution is getting shafted, or who's being blamed for it. I'm just pointing out that really, it doesn't matter if it's the Repubs or the Dems in the White House, the guy walking down the street is going to get shafted no matter what.

I also find it pretty hilarious that you think the party responsible for a 10 year war and the beginning of that constitutional rape are the solution to the problem.

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 13:05

The patriot act, let's see, wasn't that a clear example of what's wrong with the law making process? Here you start with a basic premise the gets morphed into something it wasn't meant to be. Both sides try to derail or simply selfishly interject riders on bills to furrther their agenda.

I couldn't really care less that your constitution is getting shafted, or who's being blamed for it. I'm just pointing out that really, it doesn't matter if it's the Repubs or the Dems in the White House, the guy walking down the street is going to get shafted no matter what.

I also find it pretty hilarious that you think the party responsible for a 10 year war and the beginning of that constitutional rape are the solution to the problem.

I don't give a **** what you think. LoL

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 13:41

But but but!!! I thought the Democrats were all about civil rights!?!? My mind is blown!!.... LOL...
Big friggin shocker. Dems don't care about Americans rights, freedoms, hell, they don't care about Americans period!
(for the record, I now feel the same way about the Republicans)

People in the US need to understand that people in power will do whatever is necessary to stay in power... If it means taking away our freedoms, our money, imposing their morbid view of how the country should be run on us... So be it. I know the US education system likes to paint a lovely picture of democracy, but all evidence points to the contrary. If we want change in this country, we need to start by abolishing the US senate, Mayors, Governors, and most of all, the President... The entire executive branch is used as a means for inhibiting growth and change in this country, and keeping the rich and powerful.... RICH AND POWERFUL. And the rest of us... Well, your government only cares to keep you just happy enough that you're not going to stand up as a majority and overthrow the government...

Most of you are sheep, and your lawmakers are leading you around as such... Grow a mind, realize how cult-like the Rep/Dem parties are, and look outside the box for change... As you will never find it within.

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 14:01

They already read our emails. Look what happen to gen petraeus.

if they want to look at y our info then they're going to do it no matter what. Funny how some act like they even care enough to look at your info. When its someones job to do something they don't want to do it. if i worked at taco bell i'd be allowed to make tacos, but i'd be so ****in tired of making them they i wouldnt just make them for the hell of it.

Also funny seeing GOP supporters here acting like the dems are crazy, while they were being quiet each and every time the republicans do it, and have done similar things during the Bush years and after.

Officially I'm not a GOP supporter. I'm a Democrat. What does it matter? This country is headed down anyway

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 15:19

I apologize to Neowinians for my previous rude post although true, I shouldn't post like that.