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Lindsey G Republican

West Mifflin, PA

#49935 Jun 6, 2013
ďIím a Verizon customer. I donít mind Verizon turning over records to the government if the government is going to make sure that they try to match up a known terrorist phone with somebody in the United States. I donít think youíre talking to the terrorists. I know youíre not. I know Iím not. So we donít have anything to worry about.Ē

And Graham assured the hosts that the surveillance was limited to terrorism.

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2013/06/lindsey...
Lindsey G Republican

West Mifflin, PA

#49936 Jun 6, 2013
Graham is the only Republican not turning hypocrite. They all loved this stuff when Bush was in office. Hell, they even passed the law that authorized it. How can people in Congress yell and scream about something THEY authorized!!!
Blame Bush LMAO

West Mifflin, PA

#49937 Jun 6, 2013
The NSA warrantless surveillance controversy (AKA "Warrantless Wiretapping") concerns surveillance of persons within the United States during the collection of foreign intelligence by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) as part of the war on terror. Under this program, referred to by the Bush administration as the "terrorist surveillance program",[1] part of the broader President's Surveillance Program, the NSA was authorized by executive order to monitor, without search warrants, the phone calls, Internet activity (Web, e-mail, etc.), text messaging, and other communication involving any party believed by the NSA to be outside the U.S., even if the other end of the communication lies within the U.S. Critics, however, claimed that it was in an effort to attempt to silence critics of the Bush Administration and their handling of several hot button issues during its tenure. Under public pressure, the Bush administration ceased the warrantless wiretapping program in January 2007 and returned review of surveillance to the FISA court
Blame Bush LMAO

West Mifflin, PA

#49938 Jun 6, 2013
'The National Security Agency "has been secretly collecting the phone call records of tens of millions of Americans, using data" provided by AT&T, Verizon Communications and BellSouth Corporation, Leslie Cauley first reported May 10, 2006, in USA Today.'
Time for the tea baggers to eat crow because YOUR President Bush started this program 7 years ago!!
tour de france

West Mifflin, PA

#49939 Jun 6, 2013
time for the tea baggers to back pedal on phone tapping LOL!
Yes folks, Bush started this program back in 2006......old news,,
America needs to fail

Lehighton, PA

#49940 Jun 6, 2013
NY Times Editorial: Administration Has 'Lost All Credibility'
The New York Times editorial board, which twice endorsed President Obama and has championed many planks of his agenda, on Thursday turned on the president over the government's mass collection of phone data -- saying the administration has 'lost all credibility.'

Maybe it's because he's black. LOL

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#49945 Jun 7, 2013
After 9/11, Congress passed the Patriot Act, which gives the President broad powers to fight terrorism.

The left reacted with outrage.

In 2006 the nation learned that the Bush administration was bypassing the FISA courts and had total, unsupervised access to America's phone and internet communications.

The left reacted with outrage.

In 2008, Congress passed the FISA Amendment which required the monitoring of US telecommunications to have warrants and go through a court review.

The left reacted with outrage.

This week we learned that this legal monitoring of US telecommunications continues.

The left and the right are both reacting with outrage.

So up until now, only the left was concerned about this issue.

What changed that suddenly got the right on board?

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#49947 Jun 7, 2013
Anybody read this?

----------

NSA has massive database of Americans' phone calls

By Leslie Cauley, USA TODAY

The National Security Agency has been secretly collecting the phone call records of tens of millions of Americans, using data provided by AT&T, Verizon and BellSouth, people with direct knowledge of the arrangement told USA TODAY.

The NSA program reaches into homes and businesses across the nation by amassing information about the calls of ordinary Americans ó most of whom aren't suspected of any crime. This program does not involve the NSA listening to or recording conversations. But the spy agency is using the data to analyze calling patterns in an effort to detect terrorist activity, sources said in separate interviews.

----------

Outrageous, huh?

That was published on May 11, 2006. SEVEN YEARS AGO!

Where was the outrage, rightwingers?

Where were your calls for impeachment?

Obviously you all were totally cool with this same practice seven years ago. Why all the outrage today? What's changed?
truth

Hazleton, PA

#49948 Jun 7, 2013
OWS was right about Obama.
America needs to fail

Lehighton, PA

#49951 Jun 7, 2013
Let's make Dan the Boy from Chamberpot happy: What's changed? Why, haven't you heard ... it's all because there's a black guy in the White House. LOL It's your last card to drop, huh? LOL
America needs to fail

Lehighton, PA

#49952 Jun 7, 2013
Hey, Danny Boy - Here's some light reading for you ... pick any one:

NY Times Editorial Board Says Administration Has 'Lost All Credibility'| VIDEO: McCain Says Explanation Needed
Author of Patriot Act Says Collection 'Never the Intent'| Judith Miller: Obama Criminalizing News-Gathering
Lawmakers Misled on Collection of Phone Records?| Verizon EVP Statement | VIDEO: Government Run Amok?
OPINION: Progressives Must Stand With NYT Against Obama

The Emperor has no clothes! LOL
realestate kim yorkpa

AOL

#49956 Jun 7, 2013
I support my man the guy who buys your houses for cheap! Kelly, don't ya know. If he were govner, we would only have all white Christain neighborhoods! Just the way we like it!

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#49957 Jun 7, 2013
America needs to fail wrote:
Hey, Danny Boy - Here's some light reading for you ... pick any one:
NY Times Editorial Board Says Administration Has 'Lost All Credibility'| VIDEO: McCain Says Explanation Needed
Author of Patriot Act Says Collection 'Never the Intent'| Judith Miller: Obama Criminalizing News-Gathering
Lawmakers Misled on Collection of Phone Records?| Verizon EVP Statement | VIDEO: Government Run Amok?
OPINION: Progressives Must Stand With NYT Against Obama
The Emperor has no clothes! LOL
I don't understand why you're bitching about this. It's exactly what you rightwingers have always wanted and supported.

The right lobbied for the Patriot Act. The right voted for the Patriot Act. The right defends the Patriot Act.

Right up until Obama uses it.
Sean Hannity

West Mifflin, PA

#49961 Jun 7, 2013
Under the 6-year-old program, code-named PRISM, the FBIand National Security Agency have searched for emails, videos, photographs and other documents

On Sept. 11, 2007, the National Security Agency signed up Microsoft as its first partner for PRISM, a massive domestic surveillance program whose existence was reported by the Washington Post today. Thatís barely a month after Congress passed, and President George W. Bush signed, the Protect America Act.

The Bush Administration portrayed the PAA as a technical fix designed to close a gap in Americaís surveillance capabilities that had been opened by a then-recent ruling of the secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC). It proved to be much more than that.

While the details are still classified, reports suggested that the FISC had ruled that it was illegal for the government to intercept communications between two foreign endpoints if the communications happened to pass through the United States. Warning that the U.S. would suddenly lose the ability to continue its surveillance of terrorists, the administration pushed the PAA through Congress in a matter of days.
truth

Hazleton, PA

#49963 Jun 7, 2013
Only Democratic career partisans are defending Obama now. They do not care because they can easily get hired by government contractors and have less stress and more pay.
truth

Hazleton, PA

#49964 Jun 7, 2013
Wow they are leaking everything now. http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/jun/07/o...

I guess it is safe to say that the NSA is filled with conservatives that want to make a fool of Obama. They just happen to have access to all of this info and are feeding it to a UK paper.
Mr Johnson york pa

AOL

#49965 Jun 7, 2013
I would vote for anyone who advocates public drunkeness, and drug use. Whats so bad about using drugs in your back yard around your kids? They're too young to understand anyway! So what if they ingest a little bong water, it's not gonna kill em. Atleast I don't think so! If they run away for a few hours, they'll eventually come back, I guess!

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#49966 Jun 7, 2013
Dan the Man Chambersburg wrote:
Anybody read this?
----------
NSA has massive database of Americans' phone calls
By Leslie Cauley, USA TODAY
The National Security Agency has been secretly collecting the phone call records of tens of millions of Americans, using data provided by AT&T, Verizon and BellSouth, people with direct knowledge of the arrangement told USA TODAY.
The NSA program reaches into homes and businesses across the nation by amassing information about the calls of ordinary Americans ó most of whom aren't suspected of any crime. This program does not involve the NSA listening to or recording conversations. But the spy agency is using the data to analyze calling patterns in an effort to detect terrorist activity, sources said in separate interviews.
----------
Outrageous, huh?
That was published on May 11, 2006. SEVEN YEARS AGO!
Where was the outrage, rightwingers?
Where were your calls for impeachment?
Obviously you all were totally cool with this same practice seven years ago. Why all the outrage today? What's changed?
Yep, outrageous then, but now it's on steroids under Obama.

Outrageous, huh?

It wasn't right then and it sure isn't right now, so what's your opinion on the now?
truth

Hazleton, PA

#49967 Jun 7, 2013
Dave Rogers wrote:
<quoted text>
Yep, outrageous then, but now it's on steroids under Obama.
Outrageous, huh?
It wasn't right then and it sure isn't right now, so what's your opinion on the now?
He's a typical political bigot. His world is only for his party. It is sad.

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#49968 Jun 7, 2013
Dan the Man Chambersburg wrote:
After 9/11, Congress passed the Patriot Act, which gives the President broad powers to fight terrorism.
The left reacted with outrage.
In 2006 the nation learned that the Bush administration was bypassing the FISA courts and had total, unsupervised access to America's phone and internet communications.
The left reacted with outrage.
In 2008, Congress passed the FISA Amendment which required the monitoring of US telecommunications to have warrants and go through a court review.
The left reacted with outrage.
This week we learned that this legal monitoring of US telecommunications continues.
The left and the right are both reacting with outrage.
So up until now, only the left was concerned about this issue.
What changed that suddenly got the right on board?


Why no link Dan? Could it be because you took from the article what fit your agenda?

Well, I found the link and that's exactly what you did. Your post above is all BS! You just cannot handle facts can you?

Obama's corruption and socialist ideas are being exposed. New findings daily Dan and there is nothing you can do or say now to defend this crooked POS.

Obama is losing support all around him. The people are finally saying enough is enough.

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