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Old 01-05-2006, 07:15 PM
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Default Re: America & The "Police State"

The Hidden Eye, The Hidden Agenda... ??? - :-o :-o :-o

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The Hidden Eye, The Hidden Agenda...
Do you “continue” to trust them?

If the same "machine" that takes advantage of the weak, that exploits the masses, lies about their weaker enemies to destroy their countries & steal their wealth, destroys your local economies, sends all high paying jobs overseas & anywhere but home where they are needed most, limits the amounts of legal penalties & liabilities awarded when the defendants are the "big industry & corporations," rearranges medical aid to the elderly so that the new benefits are tremendously reduced while becoming much more confusing, & besides the many other negatives to our pre-911 way of life, it finally cripples the “educational system,” the only ideological & mental weapon left for our survival, ... & as a norm, lies about everything else it does,...

What do you think they are going to do w/ the information they illegally collected on their own citizens, “when no one was watching,” & because it was purposely made in such a way as to bypass all “legally” recorded channels? So that it would leave no traces behind...

Do you think that their judgement is going to be anything but fair?

Do you “continue” to trust them?

A Gestapo Administration
"Bush's acts of illegal domestic spying are gratuitous because there are no valid reasons for Bush to illegally spy. The Foreign Intelligence Services Act gives Bush all the power he needs to spy on terrorist suspects. All the administration is required to do is to apply to a secret FISA court for warrants. The Act permits the administration to spy first and then apply for a warrant, should time be of the essence."

Bush's Long War With The Truth
"On New Year’s Day 2006, Bush sought to explain those misleading comments by contending. “I was talking about roving wiretaps, I believe, involved in the Patriot Act. This is different from the N.S.A. program.”

However, the context of Bush’s 2004 statement was clear. He broke away from a discussion of the USA Patriot Act to note “by the way” that “any time” a wiretap is needed a court order must be obtained. He was not confining his remarks to “roving wiretaps” under the Patriot Act. [For Bush’s 2004 speech, click here.]

In his New Year's Day remarks, Bush further misled the public, by insisting that his warrantless wiretaps only involved communications from suspicious individuals abroad who were contacting people in the United States, a policy that would be legal. Bush said the eavesdropping was “limited to calls from outside the United States to calls within the United States.”

But Bush’s explanation was at odds with what his own administration had previously admitted to journalists – that the wiretaps also covered calls originating in the United States, which require warrants from a special court created by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978."

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