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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
    More: Obvious, Dianne Feinstein, CIA, United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence  
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2014-03-12 01:46:10 AM  

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.


It's about a whole lot more than is relevant for this thread.
She's funneled more money into her husband's and friend's companies than just about anyone to ever sit in Congress.
 
2014-03-12 02:19:56 AM  

Clemkadidlefark: Has anyone asked .. "how does she know?"


Tinfoil hat time, Clem ... what if it's all a CIA plot?  Feinstein's political advisors could be trying to reposition her because she is getting so much flack for being too cozy with the intelligence community.  The summary of the report about torture was going to get released anyway.   Feinstein can try to re-establish some shred of bona fides with people who care about civil liberties by taking credit for the release of the report and leading this bogus slap-fight with CIA.
 
2014-03-12 03:21:35 AM  

Novart: Godamnit California, stop voting this stupid biatch into office


I try my best every time she's up for re-election.  Unfortunately, the majority of Californians obviously never pay attention to the shiat she does.
 
2014-03-12 06:59:18 AM  

OgreMagi: Unfortunately, the majority of Californians obviously never pay attention to the shiat she does.


Here's your problem:

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

 
2014-03-12 02:05:18 PM  

4tehsnowflakes: Clemkadidlefark: Has anyone asked .. "how does she know?"

Tinfoil hat time, Clem ... what if it's all a CIA plot?  Feinstein's political advisors could be trying to reposition her because she is getting so much flack for being too cozy with the intelligence community.  The summary of the report about torture was going to get released anyway.   Feinstein can try to re-establish some shred of bona fides with people who care about civil liberties by taking credit for the release of the report and leading this bogus slap-fight with CIA.


Yessir. Win.
 
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