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    This is simple. If you wiretap non-US citizens, no warrant no problem. Yearly bi-partisan NSC review. If you want to wiretap US citizens, then get a warrant. Membership has its privileges.
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    The only terrorists here are sitting in office. The majority of them have no fiery love of Freedom or testicular fortitude. Ron Paul excluded.
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    I'm overwhelmed at the amount is things this president has his hands in. From Gibson guitars using the wrong kind of wood to listening in on our phone conversations. This is crazy.

    Is he going to tell me when I can take a doodoo next?

    What's he going to do to me when I say over the phone to uncle bob or aunt sue, "Oboma needs to butt out of some things, or vote against Oboma"?
    Is that going to be considered a terrorist act? Is he going to send his goonies to my home and shoot me?
    Whew.
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    If it's worthy of tapping, then why should there be an issue getting the warrant? MINIMUM GOVERNMENT...MAXIMUM FREEDOM. What ever happened to the "LAND OF THE FREE"? We need to change the National Anthem, probably one or two aspects of that Constitution thingy also.
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    If they have a good reason to wiretap they can get a warrant. There is no reason for warrantless wiretapping. I generally have liberal views, but I will not vote for a candidate that supports warrantless wiretapping. If Romney stepped forward and said he was against this I would vote for him on that alone. Or maybe Obama will change his mind. Otherwise I will be voting Green or Libertarian this November.
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    If they have a good reason to wiretap they can get a warrant. There is no reason for warrantless wiretapping. I will not vote for a candidate that supports warrantless wiretapping.
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    They have no right to wiretapping without a warrant on American's! Obama has my vote for impeachment!
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    Enough already, the government has invaded everyone's personal space, life, etc. Do your job & catch those who are doing illegal things & quit spying on the rest of us
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    If its to protect the American people the it is a good thing. Anyways didnt the Democrats use this issue to attack the Bush Administration, but now uses it to their advantage against war on terror.
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    Not Constitutional ,but that's what another Topix blog is over,"FBI says Millions will lose internet service in July."Yea,so they can throw spyware in your PC !
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    What's a good reason? Anti war activists?? Anti Gay or anti abortion activists? THERE IS NO GOOD REASON! If there is, get a WARRANT! Don't be a dumb sheeple!
  • #8
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    That's untrue. A number of terrorist plots were averted using these methods. With that said, there need to be controls.
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    It seems like a pretty clear violation of the fourth amendment. In my opinion the constitution was meant to bind the gov not the people.
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    I'm afraid I'm the guilty party in this case. Just didn't want to alienate anyone who felt like sticking up for the warrantless wiretap...you really never know!
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    I NOTICED A LOT OF ATTACKS RECENTLY ON THE NET AGAINST PRESIDENT OBAMA SO YOUR QUESTION IS A CUPCAKE, I BLAME THE REPUBLICAN WELL ORGANIZED PARTY, NO DOUBT ON MY MIND.
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    Renee I'm not a republican or democrat.take a look at some of the laws he has passed though, its the same shit bush did.the two party system is bogus, they don't care about you or me.its all bullshit.
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