Who do you support for Governor in Tennessee in 2010?

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How many times must you "intellectuals" be told that I'm having the time of my life slapping the shit out of the Common Man? It's so much better than wasting my life watching NASCAR or the AlGore channel.
boogity boogity boogitry global warming is real!!!!
Huh...I could have sworn that you were the One getting slapped around...that's what you said and what you've been whining about, incessantly, for over a year!

Oh, my poor bottom-line, Boo Hoo Hoo...oh, my poor wallet, Boo hoo hoo, has been your Mantra, it seems like FOREVER!

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<quoted text>Yept OT, he is on a roll!
I'd like to give him a "Roll" and I DON'T mean in the hay! I mean, down a rock-covered Hill...head first! Speaking of head...he's starting to give me another headache! I've decided that's these Idiots making my Blood Pressure go up!
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I'd like to give him a "Roll" and I DON'T mean in the hay! I mean, down a rock-covered Hill...head first! Speaking of head...he's starting to give me another headache! I've decided that's these Idiots making my Blood Pressure go up!
Yeah, your right Sassy, I think I'll be back later.......in the mean time take something for your headache, and watch your blood pressure. Take care.
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The most transparent administration in the history of man is about to read your e-mail.

“A Senate proposal touted as protecting Americans' e-mail privacy has been quietly rewritten, giving government agencies more surveillance power than they possess under current law.“

OUCH!

“CNET has learned that Patrick Leahy, the influential Democratic chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee, has dramatically reshaped his legislation in response to law enforcement concerns. A vote on his bill, which now authorizes warrantless access to Americans' e-mail, is scheduled for next week.“

And you idiots complained about the Patriot Act. Now they can read your email. And just WHO is authorized to do this?

Just 22 agencies -- including the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Federal Communications Commission -- to access Americans' e-mail, Google Docs files, Facebook wall posts, and Twitter direct messages without a search warrant. It also would give the FBI and Homeland Security more authority, in some circumstances, to gain full access to Internet accounts without notifying either the owner or a judge.

“Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.” Benjamin Franklin

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The most transparent administration in the history of man is about to read your e-mail.
“A Senate proposal touted as protecting Americans' e-mail privacy has been quietly rewritten, giving government agencies more surveillance power than they possess under current law.“
OUCH!
“CNET has learned that Patrick Leahy, the influential Democratic chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee, has dramatically reshaped his legislation in response to law enforcement concerns. A vote on his bill, which now authorizes warrantless access to Americans' e-mail, is scheduled for next week.“
And you idiots complained about the Patriot Act. Now they can read your email. And just WHO is authorized to do this?
Just 22 agencies -- including the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Federal Communications Commission -- to access Americans' e-mail, Google Docs files, Facebook wall posts, and Twitter direct messages without a search warrant. It also would give the FBI and Homeland Security more authority, in some circumstances, to gain full access to Internet accounts without notifying either the owner or a judge.
“Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.” Benjamin Franklin
Apparently you don't recall something called the "Terrorist Surveillance Program." How convenient that NOW you are suddenly upset about warrantless wiretapping.
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Apparently you don't recall something called the "Terrorist Surveillance Program." How convenient that NOW you are suddenly upset about warrantless wiretapping.
Have you hugged a terrorist today?
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#56509
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So what you're saying is that Brad Keselowski, who won this year's Nascar Championship after 36 grueling races, should cut the trophy into little pieces and give it to all the other drivers?

Well you didn't make that by yourself! It took a strong federal government chasing moonshiners to make NASCAR.

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Have you hugged a terrorist today?
Have you ever had sex with a woman? No need to answer that one.

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Have you hugged a terrorist today?
I see you've switched from wearing Mommy's dresses to wearing other posters' user names.
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Apparently you don't recall something called the "Terrorist Surveillance Program." How convenient that NOW you are suddenly upset about warrantless wiretapping.
I'm not upset at all. I expect it form a country that sits back and watches Homeland Security become the most powerful agency ever.

I'm just surprised that people like you who complained about the Patriot Act, have nothing to say about this stomping of liberty.

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I'm not upset at all. I expect it form a country that sits back and watches Homeland Security become the most powerful agency ever.
I'm just surprised that people like you who complained about the Patriot Act, have nothing to say about this stomping of liberty.
By your own admission, you're not actually upset about the "stomping of liberty," but rather that liberals AREN'T upset about it? Seems pretty shallow.
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Omen wrote:
The most transparent administration in the history of man is about to read your e-mail.
“A Senate proposal touted as protecting Americans' e-mail privacy has been quietly rewritten, giving government agencies more surveillance power than they possess under current law.“
OUCH!
“CNET has learned that Patrick Leahy, the influential Democratic chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee, has dramatically reshaped his legislation in response to law enforcement concerns. A vote on his bill, which now authorizes warrantless access to Americans' e-mail, is scheduled for next week.“
And you idiots complained about the Patriot Act. Now they can read your email. And just WHO is authorized to do this?
Just 22 agencies -- including the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Federal Communications Commission -- to access Americans' e-mail, Google Docs files, Facebook wall posts, and Twitter direct messages without a search warrant. It also would give the FBI and Homeland Security more authority, in some circumstances, to gain full access to Internet accounts without notifying either the owner or a judge.
“Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.” Benjamin Franklin
I believe most of this is old news, as the C.I.A. monitors 5 million tweets a day..........24/7
BTW, your CNET report is flawed!
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Dunlapian wrote:
<quoted text>I believe most of this is old news, as the C.I.A. monitors 5 million tweets a day..........24/7
BTW, your CNET report is flawed!
So why are we making a law?
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Lets not forget about the kids in Gaza today!
https://twitter.com/JonathanRashad/status/270...

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Omen wrote:
The most transparent administration in the history of man is about to read your e-mail.
“A Senate proposal touted as protecting Americans' e-mail privacy has been quietly rewritten, giving government agencies more surveillance power than they possess under current law.“
OUCH!
“CNET has learned that Patrick Leahy, the influential Democratic chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee, has dramatically reshaped his legislation in response to law enforcement concerns. A vote on his bill, which now authorizes warrantless access to Americans' e-mail, is scheduled for next week.“
And you idiots complained about the Patriot Act. Now they can read your email. And just WHO is authorized to do this?
Just 22 agencies -- including the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Federal Communications Commission -- to access Americans' e-mail, Google Docs files, Facebook wall posts, and Twitter direct messages without a search warrant. It also would give the FBI and Homeland Security more authority, in some circumstances, to gain full access to Internet accounts without notifying either the owner or a judge.
“Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.” Benjamin Franklin
This access to your phone and all computer communicatios was put in place after 9/11 during the Bush/Cheney Administration. "60 Minutes" did a long segment on it, when a Whistleblower came forth and made it public about AT&T's "Secret Room" that is only accessible by U.S. Gov't. Agents and off-Limits to AT&T Employees...and about NSA whereby Keywords trigger Live People to listen in on your phone conversations and read your emails, as well as anything else you do on your computer. It's pretty much been common knowledge since then , and the Keywords were even published back then. So, if you think this is something new, you are wrong. In fact, almost Everybody has known about it for a long time...everybody except you, I guess. It's been written about in Time and Newsweek Magazines that I remember, and more I'm sure.

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Dunlapian wrote:
<quoted text>I believe most of this is old news, as the C.I.A. monitors 5 million tweets a day..........24/7
BTW, your CNET report is flawed!
REALLY old News!
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if yu people don't like this cuntry move to africa

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if yu people don't like this cuntry move to africa
You'd like that, wouldn't you? Ain't gonna happen...but we might send you!
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Lets not forget about the kids in Gaza today!
https://twitter.com/JonathanRashad/status/270...
I almost forgot; All of this was paid for by our tax dollar!
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Omen wrote:
The most transparent administration in the history of man is about to read your e-mail.
“A Senate proposal touted as protecting Americans' e-mail privacy has been quietly rewritten, giving government agencies more surveillance power than they possess under current law.“
OUCH!
“CNET has learned that Patrick Leahy, the influential Democratic chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee, has dramatically reshaped his legislation in response to law enforcement concerns. A vote on his bill, which now authorizes warrantless access to Americans' e-mail, is scheduled for next week.“
And you idiots complained about the Patriot Act. Now they can read your email. And just WHO is authorized to do this?
Just 22 agencies -- including the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Federal Communications Commission -- to access Americans' e-mail, Google Docs files, Facebook wall posts, and Twitter direct messages without a search warrant. It also would give the FBI and Homeland Security more authority, in some circumstances, to gain full access to Internet accounts without notifying either the owner or a judge.
“Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.” Benjamin Franklin
While I agree that this is ANOTHER loss of civil liberties and I do not support giving back more "rights" to the government....watch the voting and I will do likewise. My bet would be that there will be more liberal Democrats than conservative Republicans voting AGAINST this bill. We will compare notes after this hits the floor and if I am wrong, I will be happy to admit it.
BTW, I was NO fan of the Patriot Act, Rendition, Guantanamo, or any of the crap passed after 911. George W. Bush presided over the biggest grab of civil liberties since the Civil War and on these issues Obama is not any better...BUT Republicans in congress, you know, the protectors of "rights" have a DISMAL record as well.

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