ACLU asks New York judge to halt NSA ...

ACLU asks New York judge to halt NSA surveillance programs

There are 5 comments on the Reading Eagle/Reading Times story from Nov 23, 2013, titled ACLU asks New York judge to halt NSA surveillance programs. In it, Reading Eagle/Reading Times reports that:

The Associated Press NEW YORK - The U.S. government's interpretation of its authority under the Patriot Act is so broad that it could justify mass collection of financial, health and even library records of innocent Americans without their knowledge, a civil liberties lawyer warned Friday at a hearing on a lawsuit challenging a federal ... (more)

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Since: May 08

Deltona Fla

#1 Nov 23, 2013
I'm a little disappointed in O on this one.

Since: Sep 08

Viva Madeira

#3 Nov 24, 2013
Good. The legality of these mass warrantless surveillance programs, in my opinion violates the Fourth and Fifth Amendments. The excuse that itís a way to stop another 9-11ish terrorist attack is the mantra used. But, is this to become the new normal? What are we willing to give up next???
COLONOSCOPY

Jeannette, PA

#4 Nov 24, 2013
FOR EVERYONE ......11 morons turned the country upside down .the government into a state of paranoia with a bunker mentallity. the ss would shot you then take everything..today they shoot you OR "KNOCKOUT GAME YOU" and leave you with all the bills and copays. OR KILL YOU.......... the nonpatriotact, the nonaffordable healthcare act . seem to be just the beginning .whats next? "THE BASEBALL BAT GAME"..... government better figure out soon who the BADGUYS ARE ....in pennsylvania ,its turned into selling the kids"lottery and turnpike", and making working ,into the barely affordable lifestyle. EVERY WORKING AMERICAN all 150,000,000 are strapped with a $113,000 FEDERAL DEBT BILL. each and that does not include ,the state debt ,or county debt....SO GET READY FOR"A KNOCKOUT PUNCH".like another non affordable existance
50pct-Polski

Norristown, PA

#5 Dec 27, 2013
swampmudd wrote:
I'm a little disappointed in O on this one.
a little? More globalization, more corporate welfare, sell out to the health care industry, creation and continuation of a police state in America and all this from the savior of the working class? a liberal?
lamer

Hamilton, OH

#6 Dec 27, 2013
50pct-Polski wrote:
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a little? More globalization, more corporate welfare, sell out to the health care industry, creation and continuation of a police state in America and all this from the savior of the working class? a liberal?
He's a moderate repub or a very far right dem but hardly liberal. Its not him he should be angry at now, he's made his bed, its the liberal hypocrisy who were so against these policies under bush then fell vastly silent as Obama expanded them.

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