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(Washington Post)   Dianne Feinstein outraged that the CIA subjected the Senate Intelligence Committee to the same sort of clandestine eavesdropping that the regular ol' rabble have to endure   (washingtonpost.com) divider line 155
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2014-03-11 03:24:33 PM  

Persnickety: OgreMagi: zepher: Gotta love hypocrites like this old biatch.
First she uses her influence to obtain a CCW and then makes it a part of her personal agenda to deny that same right to the 'little people'.
Then she votes for establishing the NSA and for ever increasing domestic spying and then she biatches when that same spying then targets the ruling elite.

I can't wait to dance on this old bag's grave.

A nice tidbit on the CCW of hers.  At one time, there were exactly two CCWs in the entire city of San Francisco.  They belonged to Diane Feinstein and Barbara Boxer - two of the loudest anti-gunners in all of Congress.

Side note.  I won't celebrate their deaths.  I just won't give a shiat.

Aaaaaannndd now we see what all the DiFi hate is really about.  Took longer than I expected.


That she's a hypocrite of legendary proportions?  I thought that was self-evident.
 
2014-03-11 03:24:36 PM  

kindms: HotWingConspiracy: kindms: HotWingConspiracy: Dimensio: HotWingConspiracy: Wingchild: dittybopper: She was perfectly fine with the US government violating the constitutional rights of US citizens:

Seconded. That's Dianne "I'm angry because I'm the chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence and this shouldn't happen to me" Feinstein. She gives no farks about citizen rights and never has. She is pissed because she wasn't exempt.

You understand that this has nothing to do with her personally being spied on, right?

You are correct; Senator Feinstein is not so self-centered as to believe herself the only individual in the country who should be exempt from spying operations.

She believes that anyone in the privileged position of the United States Congress should be immune to surveillance.

I'm not so sure she said that. I mean, this isn't metadata. The allegation is they were actively farking with an investigation. You're ok with this because OMG Feinstein?

Actually considering the computers were the CIAs I am not so sure what DiFi is being pissy about. She is mad that they search computers that belong to the CIA. So the CIA searched CIA property on loan to DiFi and her committee. So it isn't OMG they broke in to our computers !!!!!. It is they searched computers for illegal documents that belonged to them.

No, just no. And I'm not sure you understand how an investigation works. It doesn't at any point involve the people being investigated remotely blocking access to documents pertinent to the investigation.

the argument as I understand it is that the document was never supposed to be transferred to them in the first place so the CIA went to see if they transferred it by mistake. If that was the case and they were acting to "secure" data that wasn't supposed to have been given to the committee. I don't see what the problem is ?

How is it any different than trying to "secure" flash drives that Greenwalds husband was traveling with ? After all this docu ...


Man, for someone that appears to dislike CIA/NSA spying, you're pretty eager to parrot their press release.
 
2014-03-11 03:25:41 PM  

Persnickety: OgreMagi: zepher: Gotta love hypocrites like this old biatch.
First she uses her influence to obtain a CCW and then makes it a part of her personal agenda to deny that same right to the 'little people'.
Then she votes for establishing the NSA and for ever increasing domestic spying and then she biatches when that same spying then targets the ruling elite.

I can't wait to dance on this old bag's grave.

A nice tidbit on the CCW of hers.  At one time, there were exactly two CCWs in the entire city of San Francisco.  They belonged to Diane Feinstein and Barbara Boxer - two of the loudest anti-gunners in all of Congress.

Side note.  I won't celebrate their deaths.  I just won't give a shiat.

Aaaaaannndd now we see what all the DiFi hate is really about.  Took longer than I expected.


Her tireless, hypocritical crusade against the Bill of Rights?
 
2014-03-11 03:26:15 PM  

Persnickety: OgreMagi: zepher: Gotta love hypocrites like this old biatch.
First she uses her influence to obtain a CCW and then makes it a part of her personal agenda to deny that same right to the 'little people'.
Then she votes for establishing the NSA and for ever increasing domestic spying and then she biatches when that same spying then targets the ruling elite.

I can't wait to dance on this old bag's grave.

A nice tidbit on the CCW of hers.  At one time, there were exactly two CCWs in the entire city of San Francisco.  They belonged to Diane Feinstein and Barbara Boxer - two of the loudest anti-gunners in all of Congress.

Side note.  I won't celebrate their deaths.  I just won't give a shiat.

Aaaaaannndd now we see what all the DiFi hate is really about.  Took longer than I expected.


People tend to hate hypocrites regardless of their affiliation.
 
2014-03-11 03:28:59 PM  

shtychkn: Dancin_In_Anson: The Southern Dandy: As a California voter who generally votes straight ticket...

You're part of the problem.

Herd to not vote straight ticket when one party is bat shiat crazy.


And every time someone espouses anything relating to partisanship some oligarch on a private island is laughing his ass off.

Voting for either side of the aisle is pointless. Thinking one is better than the other even more so.
 
2014-03-11 03:33:21 PM  

Persnickety: 9 out of 10 times, you are exactly right


Well, bless your heart.
 
2014-03-11 03:33:23 PM  

kindms: the argument as I understand it is that the document was never supposed to be transferred to them in the first place so the CIA went to see if they transferred it by mistake.


...in violation of the agreement they made with the body that is supposed to oversee their activities.

I understand the need to keep classified information under wraps, but once it gets out you can't just turn our system of government on its head to get it back.
 
2014-03-11 03:34:54 PM  

Dancin_In_Anson: shtychkn: Herd to not vote straight ticket when one party is bat shiat crazy

Nabb1: Yes, the GOP is crazy, and many of their candidates are unworthy of a vote, BUT there are at times exceptions to those rules and it is sometimes worth actually looking past the party and assessing candidates on there own. Not to mention there are other parties out there.

Exactly...straight ticket voting is what begets us dried out fossils like this old biatch who doesn't have a clue in hell what life is like in the real world and uses that knowledge to rule (or govern if that's your reality) us.


teabaggers have changed the republican party and have not strayed from straight ticket voting. The way the change the party's is not in the general it is in the primary.
 
2014-03-11 03:36:00 PM  
Power being abused under the Obama administration?  this is shocking behavior.
 
2014-03-11 03:40:43 PM  

Headso: teabaggers have changed the republican party and have not strayed from straight ticket voting. The way the change the party's is not in the general it is in the primary.


Agreed! This is why, and I try to explain this to my friends, I'm registered as a Republican. It means I can vote against the teabaggers *before* they get on the ticket.

/I'm playing the long game.
//I vote for the non-insane candidate in the election
//It'd be nice if both parties ran people I could vote for without
violating my conscience at all.
 
2014-03-11 03:41:32 PM  
SO can we have the NSA rounded up and sent to gitmo?
 
2014-03-11 03:42:04 PM  

HotWingConspiracy: kindms: HotWingConspiracy: kindms: HotWingConspiracy: Dimensio: HotWingConspiracy: Wingchild: dittybopper: She was perfectly fine with the US government violating the constitutional rights of US citizens:

Seconded. That's Dianne "I'm angry because I'm the chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence and this shouldn't happen to me" Feinstein. She gives no farks about citizen rights and never has. She is pissed because she wasn't exempt.

You understand that this has nothing to do with her personally being spied on, right?

You are correct; Senator Feinstein is not so self-centered as to believe herself the only individual in the country who should be exempt from spying operations.

She believes that anyone in the privileged position of the United States Congress should be immune to surveillance.

I'm not so sure she said that. I mean, this isn't metadata. The allegation is they were actively farking with an investigation. You're ok with this because OMG Feinstein?

Actually considering the computers were the CIAs I am not so sure what DiFi is being pissy about. She is mad that they search computers that belong to the CIA. So the CIA searched CIA property on loan to DiFi and her committee. So it isn't OMG they broke in to our computers !!!!!. It is they searched computers for illegal documents that belonged to them.

No, just no. And I'm not sure you understand how an investigation works. It doesn't at any point involve the people being investigated remotely blocking access to documents pertinent to the investigation.

the argument as I understand it is that the document was never supposed to be transferred to them in the first place so the CIA went to see if they transferred it by mistake. If that was the case and they were acting to "secure" data that wasn't supposed to have been given to the committee. I don't see what the problem is ?

How is it any different than trying to "secure" flash drives that Greenwalds husband was traveling with ? After all t ...


Just making the point that from the very words they use to suppress information when it suits DiFi etc can be used to justify just about anything. including coming up with very real and very persuasive reasons or arguments which give the CIA cover.

Look at all these BS responses from congress. I stand with DiFi that the CIA MAY have broken laws or MAY have done something inappropriate etc etc. These folks don't have the guts to call someone else out unless they perceive them to be outliers or of little means to defend themselves. Even the good guys and gals in congress don't have any balls to call a spade a spade and the real reason is that they have blurred the lines so badly they never know when those words are going to come home to roost just as they have for Diane
 
2014-03-11 03:48:26 PM  

Phineas: Power being abused under the Obama administration?  this is shocking behavior.


Why in the holy hell would Barfhack HUSSEIN SOETORO Obummer want to fark with an investigation into illegal behavior committed under Bush the Lesser's regime?
 
2014-03-11 03:49:49 PM  

Headso: teabaggers have changed the republican party and have not strayed from straight ticket voting


So you're saying that people who vote straight ticket are no better than teabaggers...

I'm ok with this.
 
2014-03-11 03:53:37 PM  

sugar_fetus: Headso: teabaggers have changed the republican party and have not strayed from straight ticket voting. The way the change the party's is not in the general it is in the primary.

Agreed! This is why, and I try to explain this to my friends, I'm registered as a Republican. It means I can vote against the teabaggers *before* they get on the ticket.

/I'm playing the long game.
//I vote for the non-insane candidate in the election
//It'd be nice if both parties ran people I could vote for withoutviolating my conscience at all.


That is an awesome idea! Except I'm gonna register Republican so I can vote for the batshiat craziest bagger in the primary. Not only will that hopefully help the Rs destroy themselves faster, but it will also make the derpfest even more entertaining!

Thanks!
 
2014-03-11 03:54:13 PM  
The same Feinstein who told us peasants we should stop being all whiny about what NSA has been doing?
Yes, it is.

In that case, dear Ms. Feinstein, on behalf of all true Americans:

SUCK IT, biatch! SUCK IT AND CHOKE!
 
2014-03-11 03:54:30 PM  

Finger51: shtychkn: Dancin_In_Anson: The Southern Dandy: As a California voter who generally votes straight ticket...

You're part of the problem.

Herd to not vote straight ticket when one party is bat shiat crazy.

And every time someone espouses anything relating to partisanship some oligarch on a private island is laughing his ass off.

Voting for either side of the aisle is pointless. Thinking one is better than the other even more so.


You're sort of right.

Both sides do obey some of the same Masters. But one side is more destructive then the other.
 
2014-03-11 03:56:42 PM  
I'm glad she's finally realized that the US government is a monster that needs better oversight, and less authority.
 
2014-03-11 04:02:34 PM  

Serious Post on Serious Thread: sugar_fetus: Headso: teabaggers have changed the republican party and have not strayed from straight ticket voting. The way the change the party's is not in the general it is in the primary.

Agreed! This is why, and I try to explain this to my friends, I'm registered as a Republican. It means I can vote against the teabaggers *before* they get on the ticket.

/I'm playing the long game.
//I vote for the non-insane candidate in the election
//It'd be nice if both parties ran people I could vote for withoutviolating my conscience at all.

That is an awesome idea! Except I'm gonna register Republican so I can vote for the batshiat craziest bagger in the primary. Not only will that hopefully help the Rs destroy themselves faster, but it will also make the derpfest even more entertaining!

Thanks!


Have fun!

Of course, I'm trying to *decrease* the amount of derp in the world.  But, you go on ahead.
 
2014-03-11 04:10:31 PM  
I'm gonna need a scorecard here- I can't tell the 'good guys' from the 'bad guys'. All I see is UGLY.

Is this what they meant by "Open Source" ? It's universal access, all right.

I have just completed encrypting my entire hard drive to pig latin. Lets see if any so-called Super Computers can read that !

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2014-03-11 04:11:18 PM  

YixilTesiphon: Persnickety: OgreMagi: zepher: Gotta love hypocrites like this old biatch.
First she uses her influence to obtain a CCW and then makes it a part of her personal agenda to deny that same right to the 'little people'.
Then she votes for establishing the NSA and for ever increasing domestic spying and then she biatches when that same spying then targets the ruling elite.

I can't wait to dance on this old bag's grave.

A nice tidbit on the CCW of hers.  At one time, there were exactly two CCWs in the entire city of San Francisco.  They belonged to Diane Feinstein and Barbara Boxer - two of the loudest anti-gunners in all of Congress.

Side note.  I won't celebrate their deaths.  I just won't give a shiat.

Aaaaaannndd now we see what all the DiFi hate is really about.  Took longer than I expected.

Her tireless, hypocritical crusade against the Bill of Rights?


All of them?  Or just one in particular?  This may come as a shock to you, but a large number of us don't really consider gun totin' to be much of a civil right these days.  Certainly not enough to get all hot and bothered about.  And no, I don't buy the slippery slope arguments that all rights are somehow in grave jeopardy because we now have stricter rules and regulations than we did when the US was a sparsely populated agrarian society and guns were inaccurate single shot muskets that took 20 seconds to reload.  Or to put it another way: I'm just as worried about 2nd Amendment rights as I am about 3rd Amendment rights.

Now, Guantanamo Bay and the violations of habeous corpus, plus gov't abuse of the 4th Amendment and attempts to establish religious teachings in our schools - those are more concerning.  And frankly, for all their supposed wisdom, our Founding Fathers missed one of the biggest power groups or else severely underestimated its importance: wealth.  The concentration of wealth allows the few with direct access to politicians and control of the media and as such acts as an unchecked power player in our country.  And they certainly like to fan the flames about guns because like religion and gays, it makes for a good distraction to get people all riled up about while they quietly grab more and more wealth and the power that goes with it.

But hey, that's all just like my opinion man.  It's still a free country so you keep fighting for what you feel is right.  You'll just have to excuse the lot of us who don't think that particular fight is worth much.
 
2014-03-11 04:15:54 PM  

Persnickety: YixilTesiphon: Persnickety: OgreMagi: zepher: Gotta love hypocrites like this old biatch.
First she uses her influence to obtain a CCW and then makes it a part of her personal agenda to deny that same right to the 'little people'.
Then she votes for establishing the NSA and for ever increasing domestic spying and then she biatches when that same spying then targets the ruling elite.

I can't wait to dance on this old bag's grave.

A nice tidbit on the CCW of hers.  At one time, there were exactly two CCWs in the entire city of San Francisco.  They belonged to Diane Feinstein and Barbara Boxer - two of the loudest anti-gunners in all of Congress.

Side note.  I won't celebrate their deaths.  I just won't give a shiat.

Aaaaaannndd now we see what all the DiFi hate is really about.  Took longer than I expected.

Her tireless, hypocritical crusade against the Bill of Rights?

All of them?  Or just one in particular?  This may come as a shock to you, but a large number of us don't really consider gun totin' to be much of a civil right these days.  Certainly not enough to get all hot and bothered about.  And no, I don't buy the slippery slope arguments that all rights are somehow in grave jeopardy because we now have stricter rules and regulations than we did when the US was a sparsely populated agrarian society and guns were inaccurate single shot muskets that took 20 seconds to reload.  Or to put it another way: I'm just as worried about 2nd Amendment rights as I am about 3rd Amendment rights.

Now, Guantanamo Bay and the violations of habeous corpus, plus gov't abuse of the 4th Amendment and attempts to establish religious teachings in our schools - those are more concerning.  And frankly, for all their supposed wisdom, our Founding Fathers missed one of the biggest power groups or else severely underestimated its importance: wealth.  The concentration of wealth allows the few with direct access to politicians and control of the media and as such acts as an unchecked ...


Yes.  One in particular.  How about we try the 4th amendment which is really what this whole discussion is about.  Still feel like defending this coont?
 
2014-03-11 04:24:59 PM  
Good. Fark you, you farking hypocritical fark.
 
2014-03-11 04:27:39 PM  

AngryDragon: Yes. One in particular. How about we try the 4th amendment which is really what this whole discussion is about. Still feel like defending this coont?


You like guns. I don't. Therefore everything you said is invalid.

Also rich people something. Reasons. I'm being open minded. Free your mind bro. Like me. Don't be a sheep.
 
2014-03-11 04:30:13 PM  

AngryDragon: Persnickety: YixilTesiphon: Persnickety: OgreMagi: zepher: Gotta love hypocrites like this old biatch.
First she uses her influence to obtain a CCW and then makes it a part of her personal agenda to deny that same right to the 'little people'.
Then she votes for establishing the NSA and for ever increasing domestic spying and then she biatches when that same spying then targets the ruling elite.

I can't wait to dance on this old bag's grave.

A nice tidbit on the CCW of hers.  At one time, there were exactly two CCWs in the entire city of San Francisco.  They belonged to Diane Feinstein and Barbara Boxer - two of the loudest anti-gunners in all of Congress.

Side note.  I won't celebrate their deaths.  I just won't give a shiat.

Aaaaaannndd now we see what all the DiFi hate is really about.  Took longer than I expected.

Her tireless, hypocritical crusade against the Bill of Rights?

All of them?  Or just one in particular?  This may come as a shock to you, but a large number of us don't really consider gun totin' to be much of a civil right these days.  Certainly not enough to get all hot and bothered about.  And no, I don't buy the slippery slope arguments that all rights are somehow in grave jeopardy because we now have stricter rules and regulations than we did when the US was a sparsely populated agrarian society and guns were inaccurate single shot muskets that took 20 seconds to reload.  Or to put it another way: I'm just as worried about 2nd Amendment rights as I am about 3rd Amendment rights.

Now, Guantanamo Bay and the violations of habeous corpus, plus gov't abuse of the 4th Amendment and attempts to establish religious teachings in our schools - those are more concerning.  And frankly, for all their supposed wisdom, our Founding Fathers missed one of the biggest power groups or else severely underestimated its importance: wealth.  The concentration of wealth allows the few with direct access to politicians and control of the media and as such acts as ...


Um, no.  I'm not defending her lackadaisical 4th Amendment stances, but frankly there aren't many in Congress who stand up for the 4th Amendment unless it happens to dovetail with their party's current partisan narrative.  Today's attackers will be tomorrow's defenders if the chief executive changes to an R.  Warrentless wiretaps and FISA anyone?

I just couldn't help notice that it was the usual "gun crowd" here who felt the need to bring up the unrelated subject and start blasting away at one of their most hated targets.
 
2014-03-11 04:30:38 PM  
The chickens have come home to roost.  Serves her right.  She gets orgasmic when dealing with the CIA and other spy agencies and this is the result.  Same as the other members of the Intelligence Committees who prostrate themselves to the spymasters.  maybe now they'll be a little more skeptical but I doubt it.
 
2014-03-11 04:32:20 PM  

AngryDragon: Yes.  One in particular.  How about we try the 4th amendment which is really what this whole discussion is about.  Still feel like defending this coont?


Partisans will always place freedom below their team.
 
2014-03-11 04:35:16 PM  

zepher: Gotta love hypocrites like this old biatch.
First she uses her influence to obtain a CCW and then makes it a part of her personal agenda to deny that same right to the 'little people'.
Then she votes for establishing the NSA and for ever increasing domestic spying and then she biatches when that same spying then targets the ruling elite.

I can't wait to dance on this old bag's grave.


I hope they bury her next to Bud Selig. It'll save me a lot of travel.
 
2014-03-11 04:42:39 PM  

pissnmoan: To be fair, many members of Congress deserve eavesdropping attention far more than the average Joe.  A bunch of Congress members have relationships with organizations that support domestic terrorism in the USA.  Like making gun purchases legal and easy for insane people so they can shoot up schools and kill unarmed people throughout the nation.  Or organizations which support bombing abortion clinics and assassinating physicians who perform abortion.

I'd guess members of Congress who support domestic terror groups run a much higher percentage than the population at large.


What about officials with ties to groups that bombed the U.S. Capitol, the Pentagon, police stations, and public buildings?
 
2014-03-11 04:46:40 PM  
FTFA -  She confirmed that an internal agency investigation of the action has been referred to the Justice Department for possible criminal prosecution.


Yea, they'll be all over that as soon as they are done with Fast and Furious.
 
2014-03-11 04:56:45 PM  
Wow you mean you authorize spying on Americans in violation of the 4th amendment and the CIA and NSA violate your rights too, I mean I am shocked by this behavior.  What did they expect?  I think little since they obviously can't reason.  Feinstein and everyone else who voted for the Patriot Act need to go and go yesterday.
 
2014-03-11 05:04:53 PM  
This revelation actually makes me like the CIA a little bit more.

I can't think of a group of people who deserves to have their privacy violated more than the 535 assholes in Congress. They're probably even dumber in their private conversations than in their public statements. If the CIA were to produce a "best of" collection of Congressional communications, I'd buy it.
 
2014-03-11 05:05:18 PM  
So, this thread is just a bunch of farktards equating CIA surveillance of individuals with CIA surveillance of a Senator, when it's actually about the CIA surveilling Congressional committee documents and has nothing to do with CIA surveillance of any Senator's private/personal information?

Time to trim the commenter herd again.
 
2014-03-11 05:28:24 PM  

Persnickety: I just couldn't help notice that it was the usual "gun crowd" here who felt the need to bring up the unrelated subject and start blasting away at one of their most hated target


Just an observation you may want to consider.  It's the "usual gun crowd" who seem to be ardent defenders of all the Bill of Rights in total while others seem to be a lot more wishy washy about some others.

Just saying
 
2014-03-11 05:34:13 PM  

Persnickety: I just couldn't help notice that it was the usual "gun crowd" here who felt the need to bring up the unrelated subject and start blasting away at one of their most hated targets.


We posted that as an example that she has been a consistent hypocrite throughout her entire career.  She is the worst type of nanny-statist.  We are mere subjects to her.
 
2014-03-11 05:36:41 PM  

69gnarkill69: dittybopper: And she said that the CIA appears to have violated the Fourth Amendment, which bars unreasonable searches and seizures, as well as various federal laws and a presidential executive order that prevents the agency from conducting domestic searches and surveillance.

Cry me a river, biatch.

Yeah, she's cool with violating our 2nd Amendment  just as long as she can keep her CCW permit.


Really? No one's gonna take this one? Diane Feinstein had previously carried a weapon when the New World Liberation Front was trying to assassinate her. There was a bomb planted outside her house and people were shooting out the windows in hour house. Almost NO ONE lives under this type of threat and I think it's pretty understandable that someone in that situation would want to carry a gun. That DOES NOT mean that is a good public policy for everyone to be carrying guns.

I think it was about the time that she was holding Harvey Milk as he bled to death that she decided that carrying a gun wasn't worth it. I think it was when she was identifying the bodies of George Moscone and Milk that she started to get some inspiration to lead for some meaningful gun control. Maybe.

Or you could just simplify it and call her a hypocrite, but don't you think you are leaving out 2 or 3 details?
 
2014-03-11 05:47:42 PM  

tylerdurden217: 69gnarkill69: dittybopper: And she said that the CIA appears to have violated the Fourth Amendment, which bars unreasonable searches and seizures, as well as various federal laws and a presidential executive order that prevents the agency from conducting domestic searches and surveillance.

Cry me a river, biatch.

Yeah, she's cool with violating our 2nd Amendment  just as long as she can keep her CCW permit.

Really? No one's gonna take this one? Diane Feinstein had previously carried a weapon when the New World Liberation Front was trying to assassinate her. There was a bomb planted outside her house and people were shooting out the windows in hour house. Almost NO ONE lives under this type of threat and I think it's pretty understandable that someone in that situation would want to carry a gun. That DOES NOT mean that is a good public policy for everyone to be carrying guns.

I think it was about the time that she was holding Harvey Milk as he bled to death that she decided that carrying a gun wasn't worth it. I think it was when she was identifying the bodies of George Moscone and Milk that she started to get some inspiration to lead for some meaningful gun control. Maybe.

Or you could just simplify it and call her a hypocrite, but don't you think you are leaving out 2 or 3 details?


Dude, this is FARK.  I didn't even read the damn article.

www.thetruckersreport.com
 
2014-03-11 06:08:21 PM  

Serious Post on Serious Thread: sugar_fetus: Headso: teabaggers have changed the republican party and have not strayed from straight ticket voting. The way the change the party's is not in the general it is in the primary.

Agreed! This is why, and I try to explain this to my friends, I'm registered as a Republican. It means I can vote against the teabaggers *before* they get on the ticket.

/I'm playing the long game.
//I vote for the non-insane candidate in the election
//It'd be nice if both parties ran people I could vote for withoutviolating my conscience at all.

That is an awesome idea! Except I'm gonna register Republican so I can vote for the batshiat craziest bagger in the primary. Not only will that hopefully help the Rs destroy themselves faster, but it will also make the derpfest even more entertaining!

Thanks!


Congratulations!  You just found a way to vote even more retarded than straight ticket voters.  You're a credit to....nothing.
 
2014-03-11 06:16:09 PM  

Dr Jack Badofsky: Serious Post on Serious Thread: sugar_fetus: Headso: teabaggers have changed the republican party and have not strayed from straight ticket voting. The way the change the party's is not in the general it is in the primary.

Agreed! This is why, and I try to explain this to my friends, I'm registered as a Republican. It means I can vote against the teabaggers *before* they get on the ticket.

/I'm playing the long game.
//I vote for the non-insane candidate in the election
//It'd be nice if both parties ran people I could vote for withoutviolating my conscience at all.

That is an awesome idea! Except I'm gonna register Republican so I can vote for the batshiat craziest bagger in the primary. Not only will that hopefully help the Rs destroy themselves faster, but it will also make the derpfest even more entertaining!

Thanks!

Congratulations!  You just found a way to vote even more retarded than straight ticket voters.  You're a credit to....nothing.


You're just totes jelly you didn't think of it first.

Neener Neener pffffffftttttttttt
 
2014-03-11 06:19:36 PM  
Has anyone asked .. "how does she know?"
 
2014-03-11 06:30:17 PM  
The NSA thinks they're above the law. The CIA knows they are.
 
2014-03-11 06:30:29 PM  

Serious Post on Serious Thread: Dr Jack Badofsky: Serious Post on Serious Thread: sugar_fetus: Headso: teabaggers have changed the republican party and have not strayed from straight ticket voting. The way the change the party's is not in the general it is in the primary.

Agreed! This is why, and I try to explain this to my friends, I'm registered as a Republican. It means I can vote against the teabaggers *before* they get on the ticket.

/I'm playing the long game.
//I vote for the non-insane candidate in the election
//It'd be nice if both parties ran people I could vote for withoutviolating my conscience at all.

That is an awesome idea! Except I'm gonna register Republican so I can vote for the batshiat craziest bagger in the primary. Not only will that hopefully help the Rs destroy themselves faster, but it will also make the derpfest even more entertaining!

Thanks!

Congratulations!  You just found a way to vote even more retarded than straight ticket voters.  You're a credit to....nothing.

You're just totes jelly you didn't think of it first.

Neener Neener pffffffftttttttttt


Touché.
 
2014-03-11 06:58:59 PM  

Nabb1: If this gets green lit, will the FARKers who derped it up last time bother to read the article on this go around?


Shut it, Lib. You just hate our freedoms! Why do you want to stop the CIA from looking for terrorists? And Wine Stine - that's a terrorist name if I ever heard one! What a horrible fake name, but I guess if the Lieberals can get Saddam's cousin Barrack "Barry" elected, you're brazen enough to insult the rest of us with such a stupid fake name. Wine Stine- how can Californians be so gullible?
 
2014-03-11 07:04:13 PM  
You really need to familiarize yourself with the timeline of what all went on in this case first.

The TL;DR version is that one of the top officials involved with the CIA's torture program is going after the members of the Congressional Committee charged with overseeing the CIA and did not like them investigating his illegal actions.

what seemed to really set [Senator Feinstein] off was the CIA's counter-charge, made through acting CIA general counsel Robert Eatinger, that her staff had illegally accessed and removed the document.

"Our staff involved in this matter have the appropriate clearances, handled this sensitive material according to established procedures and practice to protect classified information, and were provided access to the Panetta Review by the CIA itself," she said.

"As a result, there is no legitimate reason to allege to the Justice Department that Senate staff may have committed a crime. I view the acting counsel general's referral as a potential effort to intimidate this staff, and I am not taking this lightly."

She added: "I should note that for most if not all of the CIA's detention and interrogation program, the now-acting general counsel was a lawyer in the CIA's counterterrorism center, the unit within which the CIA managed and carried out this program. From mid-2004 until the official termination of the detention and interrogation program in January 2009, he was the unit's chief lawyer. He is mentioned by name more than 1,600 times in our study.

"And now, this individual is sending a crimes report to the Department of Justice on the actions of Congressional staff - the same Congressional staff who researched and drafted a report that details how CIA officers, including the acting general counsel himself, provided inaccurate information to the Department of Justice about the program
."
 
2014-03-11 09:14:39 PM  
irregulartimes.com
 
2014-03-11 09:54:14 PM  
Methinks there are lots of people outraged that Diane Feinstein is still in office!

It would be nice if the NSA revealed to the American public all the "dirt" they have on the the 535 members of Congress who are supposed to be working for us.  We'd be in a position to prosecute the crooks and to applaud the small group who actually do what they were sent there to do.
 
2014-03-11 09:58:00 PM  
I wonder if they found her nudes.
 
2014-03-11 10:19:08 PM  

pissnmoan: To be fair, many members of Congress deserve eavesdropping attention far more than the average Joe.  A bunch of Congress members have relationships with organizations that support domestic terrorism in the USA.  Like making gun purchases legal and easy for insane people so they can shoot up schools and kill unarmed people throughout the nation.  Or organizations which support bombing abortion clinics and assassinating physicians who perform abortion.

I'd guess members of Congress who support domestic terror groups run a much higher percentage than the population at large.


Why no mention of Keith Ellison and his ties to the Muslim Brotherhood?
No mention of Obama sending $1.5 Billion to the Muslim Brotherhood?
No mention of Environmental Terrorism?

You only mentioned things most people normally associate with conservatives.

Your bias is showing.
Why is that?
 
2014-03-11 10:19:42 PM  

hasty ambush: [irregulartimes.com image 500x509]


He did all that.  The wiretaps are legal now.  Nobody has to bother with the national security letters to spy on someone.  And they're not tracking protesters specifically anymore, since they're covered by the whole "spying on everyone, everywhere, all the time" that goes on now.
 
2014-03-11 10:39:58 PM  
Godamnit California, stop voting this stupid biatch into office
 
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