Sorry to disappoint you empty, but you, MJ and I nor anyone else on FFL 
is important enough for them to care anything about.  So not to worry.

You would need to be a reporter for a major news outlet before they 
start looking at you.

Your code words for today are:

pickle overture armadillo

You can find your decoder ring in your box of Sugar Frosted Flakes.  Be 
sure not to swallow it by accident.

On 07/25/2013 01:19 PM, emptybill wrote:
> Whether you call 'em Commissars, Stasis or Nazis it's all the same.
> Yer on their bitch-list and their watching you while we write -
> as they rub their hands together in obvious delight.
> Welcome to the new Amerika of Neo-Marxist Barack Hussein Obama -
> the son of Frank Marshall Davis (Obama's mentor for ten years) who was
> the Communist Party USA  propagandist in Chicago and Hawaii.
> You voted for Barack Hussein, so maybe you should now try and getting a
> job from him - maybe watching Prairie Dog Willie so he doesn't say more
> stupid things.
> --- In, Bhairitu  wrote:
>> The apparatus may have been in place for twenty years but the abuse of
>> it is rather recent.  Do we really want to live in a society that
>> reflects East Germany with it's Stasi?  I don't.
>> Also I raised the point elsewhere that this means that those "secret
>> projects" we all sign NDAs for with Silicon Valley companies are no
>> longer so "secret".  That gave some pause to SV CEOs.
>> The vote was split and could have been a tie if the 12 not voting had
>> voted yes.  It does send a strong message that Congress is NOT at all
> on
>> board with this abuse of power.  Boehner and Pelosi are corporate
> whores
>> as is our Senator Feinstein.
>> On 07/25/2013 07:59 AM, doctordumbass@... wrote:
>>> FYI, both Boehner (the Republican leader, 3rd in line for the
> Presidency, as Speaker of the House) AND Pelosi (the Democratic leader,
> Minority Whip; sets the tone, gets the votes) voted NO on HR 2397.
>>> --- In, doctordumbass@ no_reply@
> wrote:
>>>> Pardon my cynical attitude towards Congress, but this was nothing
> more than political theater, meant to mollify those who are upset at
> learning they have been spied on for the last twenty years.
>>>> There is a HUGE APPARATUS in place for domestic data collection and
> analysis, *fully integrated* with all of the communication systems in
> this country. Even if Congress miscalculated, and the resolution had
> passed, there is no way the data collection would stop. The budget
> allocated, would merely shift over to black ops.
>>>> --- In, Bhairitu  wrote:
>>>>> On 07/24/2013 06:45 PM, Michael Jackson wrote:
>>>>>> If they voted no on the bill, it doesn't necessarily mean they
> are Nazis, just doing favors for those who are so they can receive
> favors in return.
>>>>> IOW, traitors.  They've sold out the people.
>>>>>> And you do realize that both of us are now on the NSA list for
> referring to members of Congress as Nazis?
>>>>> According to the NSA, all Americans are on the list.  We salute
> the NSA
>>>>> with our middle fingers and vote to definance them.
>>>>> This sci-fi movie we're living in is even better than Firefly.
> Joss
>>>>> Whedon could never have imagined this (though he sorta did).
>>>>>> ________________________________
>>>>>>     From: Bhairitu
>>>>>> To:
>>>>>> Sent: Wednesday, July 24, 2013 9:35 PM
>>>>>> Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] Know Your Enemies: Who Voted NO on
> HR 2397
>>>>>> On 07/24/2013 05:04 PM, Bhairitu wrote:
>>>>>>> On 07/24/2013 04:49 PM, Bhairitu wrote:
>>>>>>>> HR 2397 was an Amendment sponsored by Rep. Justin Amash
> (R-Mich) and
>>>>>>>> Rep. John Conyers to halt the NSA's bulk collection of phone
> record
>>>>>>>> data.  My congressman voted yes.  What did yours do?
>>>>>>>> We must fight on to restore liberty to America.
>>>>>>> Oops.  That's some vote on the bill last night.  The vote count
> list for
>>>>>>> this evening isn't available yet.   It was voted down 217-205.
> So a
>>>>>>> little later for the enemies list.
>>>>>> Here we go.  Is your congressman a Nazi?

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