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2005-12-18 09:42:01 PM
bubba oreally

as you see that cartoon was NOT a joke.

/sadly.
 
2005-12-18 09:42:02 PM
Scrap of paper?

 
2005-12-18 09:42:08 PM
anyone watching family guy know what that pinball segment with stewie was referencing? the 123456789101112 thing. i remember it, but i have no idea why.
 
2005-12-18 09:42:25 PM
do we know if he spied on citizens? because i dont know if he said citizens or people in the US, and that makes a significant difference legally
 
2005-12-18 09:42:26 PM
"AirForceVet
Your handler has somehow convinced you that the "funnies" are reality. Someone go tell Garfield we're at war and many AirForceVets can't find thier 'nads."


Please change many
to read: the one little coward here!!!!
Thanks.
 
2005-12-18 09:42:30 PM
Weaver95: Change that to illegally legally spying on US citizens.

Changed it back for ya. What Bush did was legal.

And that's the scary part.



Weaver, do you have any stats on who was spied on, for what reasons, or are you caving into the propaganda that every person that has ever used the phone now has a log of every conversation made after 9/11?
 
2005-12-18 09:42:34 PM
Weaver
Was spying on US citizens without a search warrant issued by a court really legal? I think that violates the Fourth Amendment and that's according to the Washington Post, which isn't exactly a liberal news organization.
 
2005-12-18 09:42:47 PM
GENITAL WARTS!
 
2005-12-18 09:42:52 PM
It's great how they have you all arguing with one another over "liberal" and "conservative" labels, when the truth of the matter is that you have more in common with each other than you do with your supposed "leaders".
 
2005-12-18 09:42:59 PM
Muta: I don't see where it says that the Government listen in on my phone calls or read my e-mail. I think only the people with something to worry about are the ones concerned about the way Bush is defending our freedom.

Here Muta, go educate yourself a bit. You can't just read a single line from the Constitution and say "it's not in there, so it doesn't cover that". You have to look at the way the law has been applied throughout our history.

The Constitution does not specifically mention a right to privacy. However, Supreme Court decisions over the years have established that the right to privacy is a basic human right, and as such is protected by virtue of the 9th Amendment.

The right to privacy has come to the public's attention via several controversial Supreme Court rulings, including several dealing with contraception (the Griswold and Eisenstadt cases), interracial marriage (the Loving case), and abortion (the well-known Roe v. Wade case).

In addition, it is said that a right to privacy is inherent in many of the amendments in the Bill of Rights, such as the 3rd, the 4th's search and seizure limits, and the 5th's self- incrimination limit.
 
2005-12-18 09:43:03 PM
Gold, Epsilon, pure GOLD.
 
j z
2005-12-18 09:43:05 PM
Breaking news from Ric Romero...People die during war.
 
2005-12-18 09:43:07 PM
Can you point me to the authorizing statute for what Bush did?


Not unless you wanna pay me to be your research assistant.

Just google for the Patriot Act and read *all* of it. You kinda have to see it to believe it anyway. The legal 'protections' in that law don't really exist in practice.
 
2005-12-18 09:43:52 PM
bubba oreally

How does one respond to such moronic ramblings from an obviously blotto queer? I won't even try.

I honestly thought they complemented your own words quite nicely.
 
2005-12-18 09:44:11 PM
I do so love it when Republicans and Democrats argue like there is any real difference in their parties...

And quit calling Crats Liberals... they're just Leftwing conservatives... yeesh...

/Libertarian
//Dreaming of Freedom... and Keira Knightley's panties...
 
2005-12-18 09:44:17 PM
anyone? anyone at all?

anyone watching family guy know what that pinball segment with stewie was referencing? the 123456789101112 thing. i remember it, but i have no idea why.
 
2005-12-18 09:44:18 PM
DirtyDeadGhostofEbenezerCooke
make me, little lady.
 
2005-12-18 09:44:35 PM
tapakip -

Was it from Sesame Street?
 
2005-12-18 09:45:14 PM
Weaver, do you have any stats on who was spied on, for what reasons...

well, see - that's the beauty of the Patriot act. It's all classified! Unless someone leaks the information to the press or on the 'net, you could be under observation right now and never know your rights were being violated!

I'll bet THAT'LL show them dirty terrorists the whatfor!
 
2005-12-18 09:45:21 PM
Tapakip/b>
simpsons is still on here. it makes me depressed how far that show has slipped.
 
2005-12-18 09:45:28 PM
2005-12-18 09:36:56 PM Action Replay Nick
Ha, you must have only ever caught me playing the uber-troll.

Apparently. Then again, which is worse?
 
2005-12-18 09:46:05 PM
oops.
/html n00b
//slashies
 
2005-12-18 09:46:12 PM
bubba oreally: obviously blotto queer

What a terrific Christian you are.

You don't need teh Evil Libruls to destroy Christianity in America. With a fark-my-neighbor attitude like that, "Christians" like you are doing a fine job of destroying Christ's message all by yourselves.
 
2005-12-18 09:46:14 PM
Boy. That is a really clean desk. It's almost as if the person who works in that office is always on vacation......


Oh wait...
 
j z
2005-12-18 09:46:37 PM
Tapakip: anyone watching family guy know what that pinball segment with stewie was referencing? the 123456789101112 thing. i remember it, but i have no idea why.

It's from the Electric Company isn't it?
 
2005-12-18 09:46:43 PM
it may have been sesame street, but i dunno. seems a little too LSD-y for them though.
 
2005-12-18 09:47:03 PM
Was spying on US citizens without a search warrant issued by a court really legal?

The scariest concept to ever come out of the 'war on drugs' was the concept of 'secretive warrants' that allowed for covert wiretaps of drug suspects.

I always thought that particular bit of legal code would wander into other areas.
 
2005-12-18 09:47:05 PM
Yea, it's called PGP...
 
2005-12-18 09:47:10 PM
Tapakip

I beieve it is from "The Electric Company." They had a recurring pience of animation involving pinball and counting to 12.
 
2005-12-18 09:47:15 PM
Now tell all your black helicoptor friends. I'm tired of correcting them all one at a time when they straggle in here ranting about things they know nothing about.

No need to change the subject. My point stands that Liberals and Conservatives are equally bloodthirsty in their quests for domination over the people.
 
2005-12-18 09:47:19 PM
Does anybody really belive Bush gives a shiat about Iraqis? After all he's already filled mass graves with 30,000 of them.
 
2005-12-18 09:47:19 PM


"Some look at the challenges in Iraq, and conclude that the war is lost, and not worth another dime or another day." G. Dubya


This quote is way better than "I support a culture of life!"


So it's been three years and people still don't get it. This isn't fu**in rocket science. The anti war people don't want their familiy members and friends to die. Pretty rational right? And the pro war people want to give freedom to poor oppressed people 6000 miles away. At least thats how I felt til I learned about who the Shiites, or sh**heads as I like to call them, really are.


These goat fu**ers hate us and are only using us to turn the tables back around so they can start oppressing the Sunnis. These people have been oppressing each other before anyone one of us were even a DNA strand in our ancestors nut sacks. This is not our problem people. They've been killing each other forever, they will contine to do so after we leave, get over it and move on with your lives! Supporting the shiites freedom over the US troops who signed up to protect your asses is the most fu**ing insincere thing you can do to your neighbors who have family members over there.


Getting into Iraq was a mistake. Prolonging the war is an even bigger mistake. Why? Cause all the fu**in pain you neofu**s caused is being repressed, and when the people start to crack in this country, holy fu**in sh**! Unfortunately for me I use to be a neofu**, so I can't participate in the upcomming civil war. All I can do is ask all the US troops to forgive me for believing the president and spend the rest of my time getting people to wake up and eat the blue pill.

 
2005-12-18 09:47:22 PM
2005-12-18 09:43:07 PM Weaver95 [TotalFark]
Not unless you wanna pay me to be your research assistant.

Oh, come on, that was snarky... A Wikipedia link or somesuch would probably do fine.

Just google for the Patriot Act and read *all* of it. You kinda have to see it to believe it anyway. The legal 'protections' in that law don't really exist in practice.

Reading the "Patriot" Act is a mind-numbing experience in unconstitutionality. There are provisions in it that are so blatantly illegal that I personally believe every Congressman who voted for it, regardless of party, ought to be drummed out of office.
 
2005-12-18 09:47:50 PM


\what's the spread on G.W. finishing his term or facing impeachment?
 
2005-12-18 09:47:53 PM
Definitely Sesame Street -- part of their trippy counting sequences.
 
2005-12-18 09:47:58 PM
I laughed at Bush's begging.

He sounded like he was trying to unload the worst used car on the lot on a sucker buyer. Pathetic.
 
TV
2005-12-18 09:48:06 PM
George Bush is a uniter - we're all terrorists now.
 
2005-12-18 09:48:12 PM


I broke the law... thiiiiis much.

/probably didn't. haven't read Patriot Act in a while.
 
2005-12-18 09:48:17 PM
thanks to paramount partisanship, nothing my guy does can possibly be wrong.

/hooray for no standards!
 
2005-12-18 09:48:31 PM
j z:

yes! that's it i believe! it was way before my time, but like old bugs bunny cartoons and some other programming, i still watched it when i was a kid.
 
2005-12-18 09:48:41 PM
Oh, come on, that was snarky... A Wikipedia link or somesuch would probably do fine.

No. It won't. you really do have to find some things out for yourself.
 
2005-12-18 09:48:44 PM
What's an LGT, and how can I avoid getting one?

/not going to RTFA
 
2005-12-18 09:48:55 PM
He sounded like he was trying to unload the worst used car on the lot on a sucker buyer.

And he sure as hell doesn't want any "defeatists" kicking the tires.
 
2005-12-18 09:49:20 PM
 
2005-12-18 09:49:22 PM
Weaver95
I'll bet THAT'LL show them dirty terrorists the whatfor!

Alright, make that a couple dozen beers.
 
2005-12-18 09:49:33 PM
George Bush doesn't care about this thread.
 
2005-12-18 09:49:48 PM
Alveen

Cornflower Blue tie, it must be Sunday

I bow to you.

/He must have had his grande latte enema
 
2005-12-18 09:50:05 PM
The Billdozer

You take point first, by tearing up your National Socialism card.

bubba oreally

"AirForceVet
Your handler has somehow convinced you that the "funnies" are reality. Someone go tell Garfield we're at war and many AirForceVets can't find thier 'nads."


Please change many to read: the one little coward here!!!!
Thanks.


Personal attacks both on myself and the USAF?

Oh, that's SO GAY!
 
2005-12-18 09:50:07 PM
bubba oreally: DirtyDeadGhostofEbenezerCooke
make me, little lady.


I thought you were volunteering to STFU, cupcake. I guess you didn't object to the "goddamned anti-American cowardly little piece of shiat." Nice you recognize the truth about yourself.
 
2005-12-18 09:50:27 PM
Weaver95: Just google for the Patriot Act and read *all* of it.



Actually, the wiretapping has very little to do with the patriot act. This was done by the NSA, which is covered by FISA. And FISA is quite explicit- you cannot wiretap US citizens without getting a warrant. Bush decided he could ignore that. He was wrong.
 
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