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  • #14
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    "'Why would someone do this?' asked the 53-year-old Bush." Maybe in response to Bush's Patriot Act giving government agents expanded rights to monitor citizens' email and internet usage?
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    @Dan_Tien yah, I can see that point. It's hard for me to feel bad for someone who proposed the same sort of things on other Americans.
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    and that includes all government agencies and law enforcement officials as well. you do realise that everything we post on these threads is screened by the government and vetted by law enforcement everywhere, don't you.

    my e-mails to my mother are always checked, as well as my phone calls from abroad.
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    @Thunderchicken oh, are you the one who reads all my e-mails and listens to the phone calls between me and my 91 year old terrorist mother?
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    @Thunderchicken i see... i'll bet that's a real snorer of a job... let's see, i share jokes with a friend, recipes and health notes with my mother and sister. cartoon links and health issues with my brother, and news about my grandson with my daughter. if you're not interested in any of the above you've got yourself a really boring job there.
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    What morons want to hack someone's private e-mails? Such idiots in this country. They must be democrats.
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    "What morons want to hack someone's private e-mails?"
    The Federal Government and Republicans that pushed the Patriot Act and support tapping lines and reading emails without the need for a warrant. And you are right, they ARE idiots.
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    @Fishbone345 So...you think we should just call out drone strikes on anyone who disagrees with Obama. Watch, those drone strikes are coming to America. When Obama unleashes the first drone attacks on a US home, it will be too late to stop him.
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    @Grubby Where in my post did you assume I said anything about Obama and air strikes? You asked "What morons want to hack someone's private e-mails?" and I answered you. Spying on emails and tapping lines on citizens of the US without warrants and due process of the law is the same as hacking someone's private emails. The GOP paved the way for the Government to be able to do this to us. Did you forget? Go back and look at who proposed these things to Congress, it's always a GOP member.
    I'm Libertarian, I absolutely do NOT support drone attacks on Americans, the Patriot Act, NDAA 12, wire taps, email scanning, detaining Americans without a deadline or due process of the law. I support the Constitution bud, something that Ron Paul did when he voted against those travesties. Things that the GOP brought in as a bill.
    Try to stay on topic next time huh?
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    If I wasn't in such a good mood this news would make me sad. I hope that they catch whoever did this and punish them to the fullest extent of the law. Both exPresidents are entitled to their privacy just like every one of us.
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    @PNWest that's odd since jr. is the one who started the government hacking into people's e-mail, recording phone calls, and satellite surveillance of citizens, as well as tracking of cel-phones in the u.s. and abroad.

    very odd indeed.'what's fair for the goose is fair for the gander,' is what they always say, isn't it?
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    OH speaking of which, I stumbled on an old news article of a Texas sheriff put in prison for 10 years (where he died) for waterboarding while GWB was governor.
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    They deserved it. Straight up. These are rich people and they can't invest in a guy to come in and set up a server in a ISP data center for themselves? For real. AOL and Yahoo mail? Really Bush Crime Family? Really?
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    What does Bush think ... that emails should be protected?

    'Patriot Act' Opens ISPs to MonitoringCarnivore, other tools start monitoring network activity under new rules.George A. Chidi Jr., IDG News Service
    Under the newly enacted Patriot Act of 2001, ISPs and network administrators may give law enforcement agents access to their networks without a warrant in order to track hacker activities.

    The legislation is known as the Patriot (Provide Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism) Act. It expands the government's ability to monitor communications, including e-mail and cell phone conversations, and share that information among agencies. Its aim is to "provide law enforcement agencies with the appropriate tools to prevent" terrorism like that which occurred on September 11, with the attack on the Pentagon and World Trade Center, according to F. James Sensenbrenner, Jr.(R-Wisconsin), chair of the House Judiciary committee.
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    yeah, first they tried these various passwords: draftdodger, yaleflunkee, 911conspiracy, evildoers, axisofevil, cheneysbitch, newkular, but then found successful entry with the word "duh"
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    Still some people obsessed with the Bush family I see. Sounds like someone with WAY too much time on their hands that needs to find a hobby.
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    The Bush's are of no importance anymore . Leave them and other figures in past politics alone. If you really want to expose somebody hack into the current administration.
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