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2013-06-15 11:36:33 PM

o5iiawah: Before you GOP shills start spiking the football over this, ask yourself who actually pushed for the apparatus in the first place, the sort of cloth he is cut from and the two most recent republicans to run for the POTUS.

John McCain and Romney would have been doing this as well.  The issue is not republican or democrat, but big government.  You're all welcome


Exactly. The Republicans have proven themselves to be every bit as Big Government as Dems. Actually, more so.
 
2013-06-15 11:36:57 PM
Always relevant.

Forget the politicians. They are irrelevant. The politicians are put there to give you the idea that you have freedom of choice. You don't. You have no choice! You have OWNERS! They OWN YOU. They own everything. They own all the important land. They own and control the corporations. They've long since bought-and paid for-the Senate, the Congress, the state houses, the city halls, they got the judges in their back pockets and they own all the big media companies, so they control just about all of the news and information you get to hear. They got you by the balls.

They spend billions of dollars every year lobbying, lobbying, to get what they want.  Well, we know what they want. They want more for themselves and less for everybody else, but I'll tell you what they don't want:

They don't want a population of citizens capable of critical thinking. They don't want well-informed, well-educated people capable of critical thinking. They're not interested in that. That doesn't help them. That's against their interests.
That's right. They don't want people who are smart enough to sit around a kitchen table and think about how badly they're getting farked by a system that threw them overboard 30 farking years ago. They don't want that!

You know what they want? They want obedient workers. Obedient workers, people who are just smart enough to run the machines and do the paperwork. And just dumb enough to passively accept all these increasingly shiatty jobs with the lower pay, the longer hours, the reduced benefits, the end of overtime and vanishing pension that disappears the minute you go to collect it, and now they're coming for your Social Security money. They want your retirement money!

They want it back so they can give it to their criminal friends on Wall Street-and you know something? They'll get it. They'll get it all from you sooner or later 'cause they own this farking place! It's a big club, and you ain't in it! You, and I, are not in the big club.

By the way, it's the same big club they use to beat you over the head with all day long when they tell you what to believe. All day long beating you over the head with their media telling you what to believe, what to think and what to buy. The table has tilted, folks.

The game is rigged and nobody seems to notice. Nobody seems to care! Good honest hard-working people; white collar, blue collar it doesn't matter what color shirt you have on. Good honest hard-working people continue-these are people of modest means-continue to elect these rich cock suckers who don't give a fark about you....they don't give a fark about you... they don't give a fark about you.

They don't care about you at all... at all... AT ALL.
 
2013-06-15 11:37:45 PM

Corn_Fed: The government is arguing that it's not unconstitutional to collect all the data in the first place, and just let it sit there.

Isn't that the "seizure" part of "no search and seizure"?


Not any more than downloading movies is "stealing".
 
2013-06-15 11:38:46 PM
cptjeff:  As a simple practical matter, if you want to change the system, you have to work through that two party structure, and that means changing one or both of the parties from within. And achieving that is actually realistic.

Again, how?  They lie.  Obama was quite convincing per-election.  He is getting no repercussions from what he said in relation to the PATRIOT act before the elections, and the 180 turn he is spouting now.  So how do you vote from withing a corrupt party?  How do we hold Obama accountable?  If we can't, how do we hold the next guy accountable?  Third party candidates don't have a chance because most people think like you. "I've always been a ?(D|R) so all other options are null" is part of the problem.   If they say whatever we want to hear, then do whatever they want with no repercussions, how can we reform either one, seriously?  You can say it's realistic, but how?
 
2013-06-15 11:38:51 PM

Weaver95: Bucky Katt: Weaver95: I honestly don't understand how/why anyone is surprised at this....

They've been in a coma for the last decade?

I guess so.


Watching the Bourne movies while he was tracked? I didn't blink an eye.
 
2013-06-15 11:39:34 PM

FlyingLizardOfDoom: Corn_Fed: The government is arguing that it's not unconstitutional to collect all the data in the first place, and just let it sit there.

Isn't that the "seizure" part of "no search and seizure"?

Not any more than downloading movies is "stealing".


Uh...isn't it?
 
2013-06-15 11:40:08 PM

Parthenogenetic: You people don't get it.  We NEED this kind of surveillance to protect America from terrorists.

There are sinister people out there, who have infiltrated our society and live among us, pretending to be law-abiding, freedom-loving Americans.

They will not rest until America, land of the free and home of the brave, ceases to exist as we know it.

But enough about the NSA, you should be scared of the terrorists.  BOOGA BOOGA


Favorited, label: Witty
 
2013-06-15 11:40:57 PM

cptjeff: 'm not defending them. I'm saying that thanks to the structure of our system, no third party is ever going to be able to influence it significantly.


History shows you are wrong.

Not voting for the two owned parties is exactly how we got out of this problem back in America's Gilded Age.

As a matter of fact, this is the origin of the phrase "Progressive" Democrats.

Progressive Democrats were the ones who felt that they represented the interests of the common man and not just the interests of the wealthy with plenty of bribe money.

Hell, those people amended the Constitution so that the people got to vote for Senators who until that time were appointed by State politicians instead of elected.

Huge change is possible, once you abandon those who sold you out in the first place.

dl.dropboxusercontent.com
 
2013-06-15 11:41:02 PM

Vectron: [images.politico.com image 605x328]

"I would not have allowed this, but you called me a racist and bat shiat crazy. So deal with it."


Ron, you ARE a batshiat crazy racist.
 
2013-06-15 11:41:07 PM

mizchief: Mock26: I really cannot figure out why people are so upset by all these activities by the NSA.  Seriously, what is the big deal?  They are NOT interested in your personal information.  They are not trying to catch people breaking the law.  All they care about is Setec Astronomy.  They are just trying to improve our understanding of the stars.  So all you paranoid conspiracy theorists just need to lighten up.

Are you a troll, incredibly stupid, incredibly naive , or an incredibly stupid naive troll?


Sigh. Next time you see a phrase that you do not understand (setec astronomy) try Googling it first, OK?
 
2013-06-15 11:41:30 PM

Weaver95: RanDomino: uber humper
Nope. We live in a democracy where this can come to light and be criticized in the open.

Due to the efforts of people who are branded as traitors and have indictments cooked up against them in record time

its interesting, isn't it?  the people who expose the lies, corruption and dirty politics are reviled, branded traitors and punished harshly.  and nobody really seems to care.  we just sit here on the 'net, pontificating, watching NCIS and pirating copies of 'Game of Thrones'.  meanwhile bankers still millions, our government loots and pillages our communication records, and congress does nothing but toss political footballs between various factions.

I wonder how much longer we can last?  are we going to survive the 21st century?


You ever watch the West Wing?
 
2013-06-15 11:41:38 PM

Corn_Fed: o5iiawah: Before you GOP shills start spiking the football over this, ask yourself who actually pushed for the apparatus in the first place, the sort of cloth he is cut from and the two most recent republicans to run for the POTUS.

John McCain and Romney would have been doing this as well.  The issue is not republican or democrat, but big government.  You're all welcome

Exactly. The Republicans have proven themselves to be every bit as Big Government as Dems. Actually, more so.


Neo-conservatives don't even pretend to be for small government.
 
2013-06-15 11:41:50 PM
25.media.tumblr.com
 
2013-06-15 11:42:31 PM

cig-mkr: NavajoCode Talkers of WW II didn't worry about anyone listening to them !
http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/watkins/navajocodetalk.htm


Also during World War II, American-Japanese troops fighting in Europe communicated in Japanese over the radios.
 
2013-06-15 11:43:16 PM

BullBearMS: cptjeff: 'm not defending them. I'm saying that thanks to the structure of our system, no third party is ever going to be able to influence it significantly.

History shows you are wrong.

Not voting for the two owned parties is exactly how we got out of this problem back in America's Gilded Age.

As a matter of fact, this is the origin of the phrase "Progressive" Democrats.

Progressive Democrats were the ones who felt that they represented the interests of the common man and not just the interests of the wealthy with plenty of bribe money.

Hell, those people amended the Constitution so that the people got to vote for Senators who until that time were appointed by State politicians instead of elected.

Huge change is possible, once you abandon those who sold you out in the first place.

[dl.dropboxusercontent.com image 850x652]


"global elite bankers" is a euphamism for Jews.
 
2013-06-15 11:43:26 PM
So I take it that Obama was fibbing when he said that they only review the pertinent conversations after an event happens ? Sort of like closing the barn door.......
 
2013-06-15 11:44:03 PM

Vectron: [25.media.tumblr.com image 850x646]


Cool headphones.  He really is the President of Awesome.
 
2013-06-15 11:44:06 PM

sendtodave: cptjeff: Gyrfalcon: I could go on, but I doubt you actually care because you are happily part of the problem.

OK, so what's your SOLUTION? We know the problem, what is the way to SOLVE it?

His solution is to vote for some as yet unknown third party that will magically be able to change things despite being able to win exactly zero elections.

Well, it has happened before.



I'm guessing you're trying to refer to the Progressive Party. Do you know what happened in that election? They lost. And the fairly progressive, but apparently not progressive enough Taft also lost. Clearing the way for a Democrat who started rolling back progressive reforms and started laying down a pro-corporate agenda that eventually led to the crash in '29 and the Great Depression. Oh, and the Republican Party wound up going more conservative in the wake of that, and it took a progressive Democrat, emerging from within the system, to fix it.

That really what you want to accomplish?

sendtodave: But say we keep betting on the same two teams. How do we put pressure on them to actually work for us, and not for themselves?


You vote in primaries, dumbass. You start running primaries against incumbent members of your own party. You empower the Wydens and Bennets of the world, just like the Tea Party brought an entirely different flavor to the Republican Party and empowered the Rand Paul and Ted Cruzs in its midst. You don't move things by losing elections, you change things by winning them. And if you've waited until the general election, it's too late.

Seriously, it hasn't been that long since 2010. You have one of the most effectively organized internal movements within a major political party in American history staring you in the face, and you have to ask how to put pressure on a political party?
 
2013-06-15 11:44:41 PM

cig-mkr: So I take it that Obama was fibbing when he said that they only review the pertinent conversations after an event happens ? Sort of like closing the barn door.......


I'm sure he was just "mistaken."
 
2013-06-15 11:45:04 PM

Mock26: cig-mkr: NavajoCode Talkers of WW II didn't worry about anyone listening to them !
http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/watkins/navajocodetalk.htm

Also during World War II, American-Japanese troops fighting in Europe communicated in Japanese over the radios.


Hummm, never knew that.
 
2013-06-15 11:45:05 PM

SunsetLament: djkutch: GeneralJim: djkutch: Bin Laden got every thing he wanted. Good job, America.

And, for the bootlickers mentioned by Nabb1, it starts with the Patriot Act. Obama isn't innocent, but please remember the administration and party that was in power that started it all.
Personally, I prefer to remember the candidate who promised to end it, and extended and deepened it instead. Besides that, the USA PATRIOT Act passed the House 357 to 66, and passed the Senate by 98 to 1. Truly bipartisan bullshiat, despite your need to blame Bush.

So, you admit it was mistake, pre-Obama?

And the evidence that domestic warrantless (before or after) wiretaps was occurring before Obama is ...?

Hepting v. AT&T

is a United States class action lawsuit filed in January 2006 by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) against the telecommunications company AT&T, in which the EFF alleges that AT&T permitted and assisted the National Security Agency (NSA) in unlawfully monitoring the communications of the United States, including AT&T customers, businesses and third parties whose communications were routed through AT&T's network, as well as Voice over IP telephone calls routed via the Internet.

Jewel v. National Security Agency is a similar class action suit filed in September 2008 and naming the NSA and the Bush administration.

Source: about 1.5 seconds on Wiki; you could do your own search if you wanted to.
 
2013-06-15 11:45:10 PM
would anyone care to comment that maybe the NSA should use all this data to help American business kick some obama on the international/world market? i mean 1/2 those monitored calls / emails / etc... are all foreign obama, right?
 
2013-06-15 11:46:08 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2013-06-15 11:47:27 PM

Skip Whiffle: [i.imgur.com image 680x1024]


Fo' shizzle.
 
2013-06-15 11:47:49 PM

sendtodave: cig-mkr: So I take it that Obama was fibbing when he said that they only review the pertinent conversations after an event happens ? Sort of like closing the barn door.......

I'm sure he was just "mistaken."


Got bad intel from his subordinates, yeah that's the ticket.
 
2013-06-15 11:47:53 PM

cptjeff: Wydens and Bennets of the world


Sorry, meant to say Udall. Other Senator from Colorado.
 
2013-06-15 11:47:55 PM

vygramul: ipsofacto: Tanuki no Kintama: Here's the exchange the article is based on:

http://www.c-spanvideo.org/clip/4456141

I'm skeptical that this exchange is conclusive proof of the article's claim. Smells like click-whoring.

You're not allowed to reserve judgment.


ikr. I wanted to jump on this; but without any 'clarification' by Mueller, Alexander or Rep. Nadler on this exchange, it's really just bad journalism, imo.
 
2013-06-15 11:48:54 PM

cig-mkr: Mock26: cig-mkr: NavajoCode Talkers of WW II didn't worry about anyone listening to them !
http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/watkins/navajocodetalk.htm

Also during World War II, American-Japanese troops fighting in Europe communicated in Japanese over the radios.

Hummm, never knew that.


It was not an official policy or anything like that, but just something some of the radio operators came up with.
 
2013-06-15 11:49:43 PM

Mock26: mizchief: Mock26: I really cannot figure out why people are so upset by all these activities by the NSA.  Seriously, what is the big deal?  They are NOT interested in your personal information.  They are not trying to catch people breaking the law.  All they care about is Setec Astronomy.  They are just trying to improve our understanding of the stars.  So all you paranoid conspiracy theorists just need to lighten up.

Are you a troll, incredibly stupid, incredibly naive , or an incredibly stupid naive troll?

Sigh. Next time you see a phrase that you do not understand (setec astronomy) try Googling it first, OK?


I honesty skimmed over that part of your post. Just so sick of this "I have nothing to hide, I don't care if they snoop". BS argument. The scotch isn't helping, but is delicious.
 
2013-06-15 11:50:09 PM

Bucky Katt: "global elite bankers" is a euphamism for Jews.


So you're not aware that plenty of them are gentiles, yet they destroyed the global economy with massive endemic fraud and were not even prosecuted?
 
2013-06-15 11:50:19 PM
KILL 'EM ALL -  by Metallica was a great album
 
2013-06-15 11:50:31 PM
This is why I voted for Saxon.
 
2013-06-15 11:50:42 PM
If it's OK for the NSA, what's to stop the IRS, CIA, FBI ?
 
2013-06-15 11:51:04 PM
I don't care if you're a liberal or a conservative, if you think this is ok you should be shot in the farking head.
 
2013-06-15 11:51:24 PM
Lying Liars and the Lies They Tell:

Clinton's big lie: I did not have sexual relations with that woman.

Bush's big lie: Sadaam Hussein conspired with Al Queda to acquire weapons of mass destruction.

Obama's big lie: We're not listening to your phone calls.
 
2013-06-15 11:51:31 PM

mizchief: Mock26: mizchief: Mock26: I really cannot figure out why people are so upset by all these activities by the NSA.  Seriously, what is the big deal?  They are NOT interested in your personal information.  They are not trying to catch people breaking the law.  All they care about is Setec Astronomy.  They are just trying to improve our understanding of the stars.  So all you paranoid conspiracy theorists just need to lighten up.

Are you a troll, incredibly stupid, incredibly naive , or an incredibly stupid naive troll?

Sigh. Next time you see a phrase that you do not understand (setec astronomy) try Googling it first, OK?

I honesty skimmed over that part of your post. Just so sick of this "I have nothing to hide, I don't care if they snoop". BS argument. The scotch isn't helping, but is delicious.


people only think they have nothing to hide. just go back to the days of McCarthy and what he used against folks who thought they had nothing to hide.
 
2013-06-15 11:51:49 PM

dennysgod: This is why I voted for Saxon.


Denim and Leather!
 
2013-06-15 11:52:06 PM
Anyway, moving away from "both sides are bad;"

National Security Agency discloses in secret Capitol Hill briefing that thousands of analysts can listen to domestic phone calls. That authorization appears to extend to e-mail and text messages too.

Hrm.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_v._Warshak

This case is notable because it is the first court from the United States Circuit Court of Appeals to explicitly hold that there is a reasonable expectation of privacy in the content of e-mails stored on third party servers and that the content of these emails is subject to Fourth Amendment protection.[1]

Of course, I guess there would be a reasonable expectation of privacy for one's gawd damned phone conversations, too.

How is this program possibly Constitutional?
 
2013-06-15 11:52:20 PM
We're living n J. Edgar Hoover's wet dream.
 
2013-06-15 11:53:07 PM

cig-mkr: If it's OK for the NSA, what's to stop the IRS, CIA, FBI ?


Is anyone seriously doubting they don't have the same power?
 
2013-06-15 11:53:21 PM

cman: Democrats tell Liberals to "shut up you are giving the GOP a win" to make them stop talking about this government overreach. Republicans are pretty solidly against him and tell their base to "shut up you are being partisan" to those who speak up against this.

Notice a pattern? Both the GOP and Dems are telling everyone to shut up, and that says something.


Actually I did notice this. Also, lately the blatant pandering has been way more obvious. They're all using the exact same arguments and talking points but simply blaming the other side.

We've been had.
 
2013-06-15 11:53:26 PM

Waldo Pepper: mizchief: Mock26: mizchief: Mock26: I really cannot figure out why people are so upset by all these activities by the NSA.  Seriously, what is the big deal?  They are NOT interested in your personal information.  They are not trying to catch people breaking the law.  All they care about is Setec Astronomy.  They are just trying to improve our understanding of the stars.  So all you paranoid conspiracy theorists just need to lighten up.

Are you a troll, incredibly stupid, incredibly naive , or an incredibly stupid naive troll?

Sigh. Next time you see a phrase that you do not understand (setec astronomy) try Googling it first, OK?

I honesty skimmed over that part of your post. Just so sick of this "I have nothing to hide, I don't care if they snoop". BS argument. The scotch isn't helping, but is delicious.

people only think they have nothing to hide. just go back to the days of McCarthy and what he used against folks who thought they had nothing to hide.


http://www.wired.com/opinion/2013/06/why-i-have-nothing-to-hide-is-t he -wrong-way-to-think-about-surveillance/

Everyone has something to hide.
 
2013-06-15 11:54:26 PM
I'd like to get Wyden and Udall on a "Meet the Press" type show, and simply ask them if they think the Executive branch has violated the 4th Amendment, given what they know.  Have them give a yes or no answer.

That would be a good start. From there, we can start tying down officials with probing questions that don't allow them to escape the issue.
 
2013-06-15 11:55:33 PM

Bucky Katt: BullBearMS: cptjeff: 'm not defending them. I'm saying that thanks to the structure of our system, no third party is ever going to be able to influence it significantly.

"global elite bankers" is a euphamism for Jews.



media.hamptonroads.com

"Now, you may very well think that but of course, I couldn't possibly comment."
 
2013-06-15 11:55:48 PM
Waldo Pepper:
people only think they have nothing to hide. just go back to the days of McCarthy and what he used against folks who thought they had nothing to hide.

Those who don't learn from history are condemned to repeat it
 
2013-06-15 11:56:02 PM

cptjeff: sendtodave: cptjeff: Gyrfalcon: I could go on, but I doubt you actually care because you are happily part of the problem.

OK, so what's your SOLUTION? We know the problem, what is the way to SOLVE it?

His solution is to vote for some as yet unknown third party that will magically be able to change things despite being able to win exactly zero elections.

Well, it has happened before.

I'm guessing you're trying to refer to the Progressive Party. Do you know what happened in that election? They lost. And the fairly progressive, but apparently not progressive enough Taft also lost. Clearing the way for a Democrat who started rolling back progressive reforms and started laying down a pro-corporate agenda that eventually led to the crash in '29 and the Great Depression. Oh, and the Republican Party wound up going more conservative in the wake of that, and it took a progressive Democrat, emerging from within the system, to fix it.

That really what you want to accomplish?

sendtodave: But say we keep betting on the same two teams. How do we put pressure on them to actually work for us, and not for themselves?

You vote in primaries, dumbass. You start running primaries against incumbent members of your own party. You empower the Wydens and Bennets of the world, just like the Tea Party brought an entirely different flavor to the Republican Party and empowered the Rand Paul and Ted Cruzs in its midst. You don't move things by losing elections, you change things by winning them. And if you've waited until the general election, it's too late.

Seriously, it hasn't been that long since 2010. You have one of the most effectively organized internal movements within a major political party in American history staring you in the face, and you have to ask how to put pressure on a political party?


In the recent mayoral election here in Los Angeles, just about the same time as all this nonsense, 19% of the voting-eligible population of L.A. voted. NINETEEN PERCENT. In one of the most heavily populated cities, arguably one of the most powerful mayors in America...less than one-fifth of the eligible voters cared enough to get off their asses and decide who'd be making decisions about things for the next four years. This after people had been excoriating Villaraigosa for months over his policies. 19%.

Now, Wendy Gruel and Eric Garcetti are just flip and flop of the same mayoral candidate; but the fact remains that a handful of people got to decide who is going to run the rest of Los Angeles for everyone else. Where is this mythical "third party" that everyone keeps proclaiming will save us? Because this is where they could make a difference,if they existed. Imagine if a "third party" got some traction in LA or NYC or Chicago and really took control there, before making a run for the Governor's mansion or the White House. But we only ever hear of the "third party" every eight years, when there's a contested presidential election, and then there's not enough support to put them into office--where it wouldn't matter anyway because whoever controlled Congress would run things anyway.

So why isn't there a "third party" making a play for a big city? If they could make that much of a difference, why aren't they trying where it could count?
 
2013-06-15 11:56:16 PM
OgreMagi
I've been saying that all along. Which, according to some farkers, makes me a moron. Who'd of thunk?

Didn't we used to argue constantly? What was that all about? ehh capitalism I suppose... it's always one or the other.


Weaver95
Anyways, the point here is that our rights are gone. G-O-N-E. not coming back. ever. the fedgov isn't going to give up its ability to spy on us. accept it. And learn from this lesson...anything you give to the government is gone forever. we don't get it back. stop giving up what little we've got left.

Undoubtably, with that kind of attitude. Look, when the British rode into Washington DC and demanded our tea, did Paul Revere give up? No! And when the Cubans tried to invade Louisiana, did Andrew Jackson cry like a little girl? Hell no! And when the Nazis bombed Pearl Harbor, Teddy Roosevelt stood right up and said, "Remember the Alamo!". So are you going to sit back and take it? Or are you going to fight back like those who came before you, like Rick Blaine, Col. Robert Hogan, and Lt. Col. Andrew Tanner?
 
2013-06-15 11:57:32 PM

RanDomino: Undoubtably, with that kind of attitude. Look, when the British rode into Washington DC and demanded our tea, did Paul Revere give up? No! And when the Cubans tried to invade Louisiana, did Andrew Jackson cry like a little girl? Hell no! And when the Nazis bombed Pearl Harbor, Teddy Roosevelt stood right up and said, "Remember the Alamo!". So are you going to sit back and take it? Or are you going to fight back like those who came before you, like Rick Blaine, Col. Robert Hogan, and Lt. Col. Andrew Tanner?


You're rolling
 
2013-06-15 11:57:42 PM
The thing that dumbfounds me the most about this "leak" is the fact that you idiots didn't know this was happening since 2001.

Is everyone here a bunch of morons? What did you guys think the Patriot Act was? Most of the morans that are whining about this "intrusion" are the same idiots that said I hated America when anyone with 1/2 a brain knew this was what was going to happen.

God damn people are stupid. fark.
 
2013-06-15 11:59:00 PM
I would say I wasn't surprised but they already know that.
 
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