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mike60
07-06-2008, 02:50 PM
This is the real deal. Don't like it just convince about 200,000,000 other citizens and rewrite it. Simple.

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Constitution of the United States: Browse, 2002 Edition & Supplements

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mike60

mike60
07-06-2008, 09:39 PM
There are a number of people on this site that need to read this and get right.
mike60

mike60
07-09-2008, 11:18 PM
Bump post 4th.

mike60

Qtec
07-10-2008, 05:49 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: mike60</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Bump post 4th.

mike60 </div></div>

You can scrap the 4th Amendment.

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Bush applauds passage of telecom immunity, says he will sign bill
The Senate gave President Bush what he wanted Wednesday, sending him a bill expanding his surveillance authority and granting legal amnesty to telecommunications companies that facilitated his warrantless surveillance program.




Feingold, Dodd, Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) and other opponents of the administration-backed FISA update excoriated their colleagues from the Senate floor. The bill that was headed toward passage, they argued, would eliminate any independent oversight of the National Security Agency's lawless surveillance of Americans Bush authorized.

"It could not be clearer that this program broke the law, and this President broke the law. Not only that, but this administration affirmatively misled Congress and the American people about it for years before it finally became public,” Feingold said of the warrantless wiretapping program.

Bush said his "Terrorist Surveillance Program" began after 9/11, although no one outside a few members of Congress knew about it until the New York Times revealed the program's existence in December 2005.

Dodd said the constitutionality and legality of that program was "a matter for the court to decide," which the grant of immunity would prevent.

Leahy said the immunity would cut off what is perhaps the only remaining avenue for oversight and accountability since the administration has stonewalled congressional inquiries into Bush's wiretapping program.

"It is clear that the administration did not want the Senate to evaluate the evidence and draw its own conclusions," Leahy said. "Again, it sought to avoid accountability." </div></div>


Bush said his "Terrorist Surveillance Program" began after 9/11,

Did it?

link (http://blog.wired.com/27bstroke6/2007/10/qwest-ceo-not-a.html)

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body"> And in May 2006, a lawsuit filed against Verizon for allegedly turning over call records to the NSA alleged that AT&T began building a spying facility for the NSA just days after President Bush was inaugurated. That lawsuit is one of 50 that were consolidated and moved to a San Francisco federal district court, where the suits sit in limbo waiting for the 9th Circuit Appeals court to decide whether the suits can proceed without endangering national security.

According the allegations in the suit (.pdf):

The project was described in the ATT sales division documents as calling for the construction of a facility to store and retain data gathered by the NSA from its domestic and foreign intelligence operations but was to be in actuality a duplicate ATT Network Operations Center for the use and possession of the NSA that would give the NSA direct, unlimited, unrestricted and unfettered access to all call information and internet and digital traffic on ATTÌs long distance network. [...]

The NSA program was initially conceived at least one year prior to 2001 but had been called off; it was reinstated within 11 days of the entry into office of defendant George W. Bush.

An ATT Solutions logbook reviewed by counsel confirms the Pioneer-Groundbreaker project start date of February 1, 2001.</div></div>



Bush,
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Bush Defends Spying Program As 'Necessary' to Protect U.S.
But President Acknowledges Civil Liberties Concerns

By Lisa Rein
Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, January 2, 2006; A02

President Bush today mounted his third defense in two weeks of his secret domestic spying program, calling his order authorizing warrantless eavesdropping on U.S. citizens a limited, legal program that Americans understand is protecting their security.

Taking questions from reporters after a brief stop at an Army hospital in San Antonio to visit wounded troops, the president acknowledged concerns that monitoring overseas telephone calls and e-mails of citizens with suspected ties to terrorism may violate civil liberties. But he called his directive to the National Security Agency (NSA) after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks "vital and necessary" to protect the country.

"This is a limited program designed to prevent attacks on the United States of America, and I repeat limited," Bush said before flying back to Washington </div></div>


Limited? LOL

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body"> The EFF's case against AT&T has barely begun, yet it has already brought to light some fascinating details about the methods behind the NSA's alleged wiretapping abilities. Mark Klein, a retired AT&T engineer who is now participating in the case as a witness, has released a statement to the media in which he outlines many of the allegations that are currently under seal. Chief among them is his claim that AT&T installed powerful traffic monitoring equipment in a "secret room" in their San Francisco switching office at the behest of the NSA.

"In 2002, when I was working in an AT&T office in San Francisco, the site manager told me to expect a visit from a National Security Agency agent, who was to interview a management-level technician for a special job. The agent came, and by chance I met him and directed him to the appropriate people.

In January 2003, I, along with others, toured the AT&T central office on Folsom Street in San Francisco—actually three floors of an SBC building. There I saw a new room being built adjacent to the 4ESS switch room where the public's phone calls are routed. I learned that the person whom the NSA interviewed for the secret job was the person working to install equipment in this room. The regular technician work force was not allowed in the room."

According to Klein, this room contained (among other things) a Narus STA 6400 traffic analyzer into which all of AT&T's Internet and phone traffic was routed; Klein himself helped wire the splitter box that made this possible. In addition to AT&T's own traffic, Klein alleges that the company also routed its peering links into the splitter, meaning that any traffic that passed through AT&T's own network could be scanned. Futhermore, San Francisco wasn't the only place such secret rooms were built; Klein claims that AT&T offices in Seattle, San Jose, Los Angeles, and San Diego also have them.</div></div>

link (http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post/20060412-6585.html)

As one whistle blower out it,

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body"> On Tuesday [ed. note, the votes will be Wednesday], a bill will come up that changes, basically really rips apart without admitting it, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, by expanding the president's ability to overhear, without a warrant, without any judgment outside the executive branch being exercised, American citizens in the United State, thus gutting the Fourth Amendment, essentially. And also granting retroactive immunity to the telephone companies who obeyed the illegal presidential request to carry on an illegal program these last seven years....

Now the real importance of that last point, which is clearly unconstitutional and which many people, Senator Dodd and Senator Feingold and over the last year, until fairly recently Senator Barack Obama had promised to filibuster any bill that gave that immunity. And the reason for that was not a desire to punish anybody, actually, but because the civil suit possibility for people whose rights had been violated by this illegal overhearing gave the only real chance of finding out what it was that NSA was hearing, and the FBI or CIA or whoever else was involved. Congress doesn't yet know that. In fact, if they vote for that immunity, they'll be voting immunity for acts they really don't even know what their giving. Like President Ford's pardon of former President Nixon after he resigned which was for any crimes he may have committed which Ford, in the absence of a prosecution of Nixon, didn't really know what he was pardoning.

So the same would be true here, meaning we would be giving away the only chance we have of discovering how much the government is spying on us illegally and finding out about law-abiding citizens. The people who leaked that I think did it because they knew what was happening and they felt it was wrong, it shouldn't be happening. They haven't told us yet, they haven't risked their jobs to that extent, to tell us either who exactly has been order, how many, for what purposes, and what exactly they've been overhearing and what use is made of it....

This information would enable the government to intimidate or blackmail or manipulate every member of congress, every official who might be tempted to reveal criminality, people like the ones in the NSA who knew that criminal action was--and is--going on. This law is intended to legalize it, basically, and to continue the cover up, conceal it.

You can't have a democracy with the state--the executive branch--having that kind of information, total information about every communication, every credit card, every transaction, every fax, e-mail, telephone conversation of everyone. And as far as we know, that's what's being collected now. We do need to know whether that's yet true or not, but I think it's a pretty good assumption.... You can't keep a republic, a constitutional republic with that degree of knowledge by the president, by the executive branch of all of our private affairs. You can't have it. You have something else, you have you can call it an autocracy, a dictatorship. It's the basis for tyranny, and that's what the Constitution was meant to prevent and that's what this bill would confer--unlimited power....

I have to say that no senator, Republican or Democrat, should be voting for this Senate bill. Not one. Everyone who does so is in fact, I would say, violating his or her oath to defend the Constitution. But they can do better than that.
</div></div>

Pretty soon you will be voting for the next President, will it make any difference, are they not all the same?

When the opposition allows the President to break the Law and sign his own pardon there is something wrong somewhere.

I think Obama is into the "don't rock the boat"mode in the run up to the election. I think his LACK of opposition to this bill will cost him votes.


Q

Did you know,
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">January 2001: Administration deactivates electronic record-keeping in the White House, including the ARMS email archiving system. This prevents any investigation into what actually goes on in the Oval Office by removing any objective recordings.
Which begs the question: What was recorded, or prevented from being recorded? Was it/is it just the business of running the executive branch, or something that needed to be hidden from congress, investigators, and the American people?



February 2001: bush administration begins warrantless wiretapping program, with complicity from all the major telecoms with one exception; Qwest. Qwest is subsequently punished with withdrawal of top secret contract, which coincidentally leads to insider trading charges against CEO Joseph Nacchio.

Nacchio's account, which places the NSA proposal at a meeting on Feb. 27, 2001, suggests that the Bush administration was seeking to enlist telecommunications firms in programs without court oversight before the terrorist attacks on New York and the Pentagon. The Sept. 11 attacks have been cited by the government as the main impetus for its warrantless surveillance efforts.

Which begs a LOT of questions: Why was the government so keen to spy on Americans outside the very lenient confines of the FISA court? Exactly what was this program supposed to uncover, since it is clear that terrorism was not on bushco's radar in February 2001? Who was targeted? What mechanisms were used? Is there a connection between Qwest's reluctance to break the law and their subsequent loss of contract? Was the prosecution of Nacchio politically motivated as payback? Was this the first instance of using the justice system as a political weapon</div></div>

etc

mike60
07-10-2008, 04:25 PM
Q, They just keep on lying. Maybe the new administration will get to the bottom of this shit pile. It would be so cool if the new President turns to Cheney on the steps after being sworn in and says, Arrest that man, Bush too.

mike60

LWW
07-11-2008, 12:11 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: mike60</div><div class="ubbcode-body">There are a number of people on this site that need to read this and get right.
mike60 </div></div>
You and Gayle are the first 2 that came to mind.

LWW

mike60
07-11-2008, 01:08 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: LWW</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: mike60</div><div class="ubbcode-body">There are a number of people on this site that need to read this and get right.
mike60 </div></div>
You and Gayle are the first 2 that came to mind.

LWW </div></div>

Oh thank you for the compliment. I have read it and lectured on the meanings of the Framers intentions. I find it a wonderful document that suffices for a lack of belief in supernatural beings.

mike666 james kopp murdering scum doing forever as some guy's bitch

LWW
07-11-2008, 09:11 AM
How did you determine their intentions.

I'm honestly shocked you have read it, and I suspect you have actually had it explained to you by your handlers ... but I'll give you the benefit of a doubt and and let you explain.

LWW

mike60
07-11-2008, 03:41 PM
LWW, Considering your posts all across this forum you neither want to hear my ideas
or deserve civility. Just read it yourself.

mike666 james kopp murdering scum doing forever as some guy's bitch

LWW
07-11-2008, 05:17 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: mike60</div><div class="ubbcode-body">LWW, Considering your posts all across this forum you neither want to hear my ideas
or deserve civility. Just read it yourself.

mike666 james kopp murdering scum doing forever as some guy's bitch </div></div>
That is because you lack the capacity to either have the former or behave with the latter.

BTW, thanks for confirming my suspicions.

You've read neither the USC nor the Federalist paper ... in fact I doubt you even knew of the existence of the FP until know, go google it up partisan boy so you can attempt to save face ... and instead let your handlers fill their pap into your empty gourd so you can know what you are supposed to think.

LWW

mike60
07-11-2008, 08:17 PM
LWW, Oh now i get it. You're some kind of idiot savant. You just know things.
You know nothing. You have nothing. You describe the vast vacuum in your head with every new post. Your suspicions are just your paranoia. Take a nap old fool.

Mike666 james kopp murdering scum doing forever as some guy's bitch

Qtec
07-11-2008, 08:58 PM
Mike, notice how LWW did not respond to my post but choose to make a childish jab at others instead?

I think I have shown good evidence that GW LIED! Yes he LIED. LWW has been screaming for proof of accusations that GW lied and when presented with it, he ducks and dives. Anything to deny the truth.

Q.............do yourself a favor Mike, quit the insults. I find your posts witty and humorous but trading personal insults on a forum is like a broken pencil..................pointless.

mike60
07-11-2008, 10:02 PM
Q, Pointless yes, but fun none the less.


mike60

LWW
07-12-2008, 05:51 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: mike60</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Q, Pointless yes, but fun none the less.


mike60 </div></div>
Masochist.

If you would stop posting idiotic rants I would stop pointing out your rants are idiotic.

LWW

LWW
07-12-2008, 05:55 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Qtec</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Mike, notice how LWW did not respond to my post but choose to make a childish jab at others instead?

I think I have shown good evidence that GW LIED! Yes he LIED. LWW has been screaming for proof of accusations that GW lied and when presented with it, he ducks and dives. Anything to deny the truth.

Q.............do yourself a favor Mike, quit the insults. I find your posts witty and humorous but trading personal insults on a forum is like a broken pencil..................pointless. </div></div>
Because all of your MOVEON.ORG cut and paste moonbat boilerplate babble has been crushed under the heavy hammer of truth many times before ... and you refused to understand then.

Hence, I see no reason to believe that you will suddenly become a person adept at logical thought.

Should you suddenly begin displaying these traits I will start to take you seriously.

Now tell me again about how building 7 collapsed inwards as it exploded outwards srtraight down from the bottom up with silent explosions in a controlled demolition fiendishly designed by the EEEVILLL B-B-B-BOOOOSH! just to get us into a war.

It's a real hoot folks.

LWW

mike60
07-12-2008, 11:58 AM
LWW, What the fuck?

"Now tell me again about how building 7 collapsed inwards as it exploded outwards srtraight down from the bottom up with silent explosions in a controlled demolition fiendishly designed by the EEEVILLL B-B-B-BOOOOSH! just to get us into a war."

Confusion is the first sign of dementia, get help now.

mike666 james kopp murdering scum doing forever as some guy's bitch

LWW
07-12-2008, 12:04 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: mike60</div><div class="ubbcode-body">LWW, What the fuck?

"Now tell me again about how building 7 collapsed inwards as it exploded outwards srtraight down from the bottom up with silent explosions in a controlled demolition fiendishly designed by the EEEVILLL B-B-B-BOOOOSH! just to get us into a war."

Confusion is the first sign of dementia, get help now.

mike666 james kopp murdering scum doing forever as some guy's bitch

</div></div>
Calm down Mikey, that's Q's story.

It didn't really happen.

Calm down and take a nappy.

It'll be awwwwl-right. The adults are still in charge.

LWW

mike60
07-12-2008, 12:21 PM
LWW, You are not in charge of anything but a keyboard.

mike60

mike60
07-17-2008, 09:59 PM
I never tire of this. It is why we fight and why when necessary die. Not flame posts but the actual US Constitution.


mike60 RA and proud of it

mike60
07-20-2008, 04:29 PM
up for life.


miguel