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Why Can't We Invade The Privacy Of Noncitizen Terrorists Who Call From Overseas To Plot Terror Attacks In The USA, While We Can Invade The Privacy Of Legal Citizens Who Receive Bonuses That Were Authorized And Contractually Obligated By Obama Inc.?

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Steven Vakula Profile
Steven Vakula answered
It is an organization known as the IRS, Intrusion Removal Service. They can only remove Intrusions by citizens that have all their income and financial affairs tracked by the US Government.
Janet Simmons Profile
Janet Simmons answered
People seem to forget that it was a DEMOCRATIC house for the last two years that Bush was in office....so you can't lay it on happening under the last President ALONE!  Everything must be passed thru Congress, Senate etc for a majority vote, BEFORE it gets to the Pres.....we currently have a Democratic Pres. And the house is still Democratic and until that changes.....it won't get better.
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nettie
nettie commented
Nor will it get better with a republican, house,home, senate,congress or anything else things are in such a array that most of us will be dead because there is a lot of greed, people are out to line their own pockets and help special interest groups and the heck with the constituents,now that this President is on the verge of giving the house back to the people as it should be,people are still complaining you can't make everyone happy.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
God forbid we don't read a combatant terrorist his Miranda rights! And let's throw the officers in prison who subdues an illegal drug-smuggling alien at the border. Maybe we should employ some law breaking tax evaders in our government to get the economy in order. Oh, I forgot...we did that already. My bad.
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Anonymous
Anonymous commented
Fortunately, president bush pardoned those border guards you mentioned.
Anonymous
Anonymous commented
Yes...I know. But it shouldn't have happened in the first place.
martha Profile
martha answered
If they are non citizens, and if they are a threat to national security- then privacy goes out the window in my book.  If it were not for these messages being intercepted we'd have suffered tons more terror attacks.  Many were thwarted because of intercepted messages.
Someone has "switched the price tags" here in the USA.
greg c Profile
greg c answered
I'm sure the NSA does have a separate group whose sole purpose is to intercept that type of communications. At least i HOPE they do. Maybe the public isn't informed of all the calls we do overhear. I don't know, maybe it's just a naive hope. If they don't, you're right, our priorities are bassackwards! But that's nothing new with us, right?!!
Alan Profile
Alan answered
People People People

I have read that almost 50% of Americans do not beleive the official 911 conclusions.
The rest of the world is the same.

  • Passport fluttering from the sky which identified one of the hijackers from a fireball?

  • Half of the so called terrorists still alive and well.

  • An Airliner hit the Pentagon, no wreckage? Fuel? Seats? Luggage? Bodies? Witnesses? Footage?

  • An airliner crashed into a field. No wreckage? Seats? Luggage? Bodies? Witnesses?

  • A doomed passenger on the phone to his mother giving her his full name?

  • The way both towers collapsed as in demolition.

  • Building 6 collapse as in demolition.

One could go on all day. Maybe the Arabs or Muslims are not the ones to fear.
Maybe it is our own?
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nettie
nettie commented
Sorry tried to up your rating but to no avail there are some that can not stand the truth just as it was in the days of Christ,some have their own agenda, some don't believe in anything...
Anonymous
Anonymous commented
While the agents of destruction are unnamed. The instruments of destruction, commercial jets loaded with fuel, is entirely plausible.
Jim Witness Protection Profile
For the same reason that we signed a treaty agreeing not to assasinate a political leader, even the likes of the madman Saddam Hussein, who gassed to death 100,000 of his own people. So instead of blowing his head off, we have to go to war to get rid of his Hitler-like behavior and regime. So the answer is hypocracy coupled with a strong dose of spineless stupidity.
Andrew Lewis Profile
Andrew Lewis answered
Patriot act. Does not apply to non-patriots. The one stupid loophole in that piece of [email protected]. Is the fact that people who actually hate this country are outside of its jurisdiction.
nettie Profile
nettie answered
You make no sense,told you,this mess was smelly and President Obama stepped into it, the former president intended to leave a mess,he already had a inkling that the now president would win and his intentions was to leave a mess,these things were already signed, had passed congress when the now president took office,these things he could not reverse they told you that on the news plus it has been known throughout history, once again I say you have too much time on your hands and if you think you can make a difference Run for something or stand for anything...that's my story and I'll not change it...
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nettie
nettie commented
That is precisely what I'm saying, and that is my story and I'm sticking to it......
Anonymous
Anonymous commented
I supposed "they" told you to believe that on the news too?
Anonymous
Anonymous commented
Wow....that's insane. ...and I'm sticking to that. So then, what is B.O.'s excuse for bringing this country to its kness and humiliating us to the rest of the world?
pha cue Profile
pha cue answered
We can, but only within the boundaries of law. Much of what was done by the bush administration broke OUR OWN LAWS. Pull your head out...
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nettie
nettie commented
Tried but could not up your ratings I have to ask the mods why someone can change a high rating to a low rating but can't seem to change a low rating to a high huh that is some more politics....huh
Anonymous
Anonymous commented
You're both living in the failed conspiracy theories of the past. We haven't had a Bush in office in a coon's age.
pha cue
pha cue commented
Bgirl525, thanks, but i don't care about ratings ;)
bickle, in a coons age? Warped sense of time you have there...

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