Death of the 4th Amendment

“One of the Greatest Intrusions, Potentially, on the Rights of Americans Protected Under the 4th Amendment” – Sen. Feingold


“Tomorrow, Senator Obama has a choice. He can vote to defend the American people and the U.S. Constitution. Or he can vote with the snooping Bush White House and the telephone companies.
The Scream.The bill in question grants immunity to the phone companies that illegally participated in the White House’s warrantless wiretap program. Obama says he will seek to remove the immunity provision – but will vote for the bill if that doesn’t succeed… Last October, Obama said he would “support a filibuster of any bill that includes retroactive immunity for telecommunications companies.”
Now he says he will vote for it.” Ralph Nader

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2 responses to “Death of the 4th Amendment

  1. sukatra

    Wow, doesn’t anybody ever comment on any of your blog? That’s terrible! Hey, I have an idea! I’m so bored with that stupid old nalts not posting videos or much on his blog that I’m going to start posting comments here!!! Not that they’ll be relevant; that would require me to actually read the post or watch the video. Why in God’s name would I want to do that?

    Do you feel tortured yet?

  2. How nice of you to drop by 🙂

    but don’t feel obligated, this is a long line of blog like entities I’ve started to store information for future reference, most people don’t really care about this stuff. Only so much a person can do in a day….

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