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Must have missed this one, huh??? LOL
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(NT) (NT) Nope. Why do you ask?
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Never mind:(

apparently you just didn't understand the Links Ed gaveSad

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I should have been more clear.

What does the link you posted have to do with this thread?


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Uh Oh!!!

I pulled a Dan I didn't read your link Devil

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(NT) (NT) Don't be like that, Glenda.
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I guess the point is ...

... do we really need ANOTHER thread on this topic? You could use this link in rebuttle in the thread Glenda linked to for example.

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It's a different topic.

The other thread is discussing the legal rationalization of the illegal wiretapping. The link I posted raises the point of the necessity of requiring warrants.


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I KNEW you didn't read Ed's links!!! The wiretaps are within the Presidents legal authority to do during war! LOL

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(NT) (NT) Same issue
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(NT) (NT) I can see why you'd want to think that.
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Not impressed by any of those links

First of all, lots of overlap and unsubstantiated charges there.

I have no problem with the FBI or other departments compiling information about PETA, Greenpeace and other fringe groups that may or have become violent or support terrorists. In fact I'd be upset if those groups were NOT being looked at. The articles don't make it clear that these people were wiretapped, or if they were if it was without a warrant. In some cases all that happened was a dossier was compiled. Good!

Have you ever seen an ANSWER rally? You have people advocationg the overthrow of the government, pledging jihad, supporting our enemies, etc. These people need to be monitored.

Leaking the NSA program was harmful and SHOULD be investigated. If someone in the government leaked it they should be tried for treason and face the consequences.

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yawn time to hire a new writer dan

same old bs opps i said bs hope you arent ofended

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