I know for a fact the corrupt corporate Democratic party sold ME out a long time ago.<quoted text>
Update yourself fool! Research Romneycare before you just repeat what you were told to say. Check out the bills that were just introduced in the last week that is touting the public option as a way to reduce the deficit by democrats. The same damn liars that said Obamacare would cost tax payers x amount of dollars and the CBO acknowledged that Obamacare will actually cost the tax payer xxx amount of dollars. Obama told the democrats that he would put the public option into the Affordable Care Act AFTER the bill became law. Guess what the dems in Congress are working on now? Yep! Obamacare has always been geared toward a single pay system with all monies from corporations and businesses and citizens going to guess who? The government.
At least read an article or two about what the politicians are doing before you repeat the propaganda they instructed you to repeat for them. Oh wait...you are helping them make good use of the "gun" crisis in our country so they can vote the public option into law as planned and we the people will wonder when they did that. Rahm Emanual said "never let a good crisis go to waste" and Obama and the dems follow that advice religiously.
If you ever hope to be seen as credible please start doing your own homework and stop repeating democrat talking points. You are wasting a good crisis and your gods will not like that.
The same is true of the corrupt corporate Republican party sold YOU out a long time ago.
The only difference is you still believe the Republican party makes laws that benefit you.
AT&T Whistleblower: Spy Bill Creates 'Infrastructure for a Police State'
Mark Klein, the retired AT&T engineer who stepped forward with the technical documents at the heart of the anti-wiretapping case against AT&T, is furious at the Senate's vote on Wednesday night to hold a vote on a bill intended to put an end to that lawsuit and more than 30 others.
Whistleblower Mark Klein
Mark Klein alleges that AT&T cooperated with the National Security Agency in 2003 to install equipment capable of eavesdropping on the public's e-mail messages and other Internet traffic. He worked for AT&T as a technician for over 22 years, first in New York and then in California, before leaving the company in 2004
A Reason interview with NSA whistleblower Russell Tice
http://tinyurl.com/2jtgsc / January 13, 2006
In December, New York Times reporters James Risen and Eric Lichtblau commandeered the news cycle with the revelation that President Bush had approved a program of warrantless wiretaps of domestic-to-international communications by the super-secretive National Security Agency. Days later, they disclosed that the NSA's electronic eavesdropping may have been far more extensive than initial reports suggested, involving the harvesting of enormous volumes of telecommunications data for analysis.
One of their sources was former NSA insider Russell Tice, who earlier this week told ABC News that the communications of millions of Americans might have been vacuumed up in one of a number of classified NSA programs. "If you picked the word 'jihad' out of a conversation," Tice explained, "the technology exists that you focus in on that conversation, and you pull it out of the system for processing."