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With CISPA, Congress Turns Internet Websites Into Police

8411c Wrote: Apr 27, 2012 9:50 PM
Look, if you don't understand that Obama's just playing us all again, that he's just pretending to be against something to get the clueless RINOs who didn't actually read the bill to vote for it, then you shouldn't be voting. AND, on top of that, if you don't know that Boehner is all for this bill that Obama WILL sign once it gets through the Senate, know that you've been branded as nothing more than a clueless sheep by both parties who work so well together when it comes to stripping us of our freedoms. I wonder if someone did a study to see what percentage of "no" votes were cast by folks in tough election campaigns back home--that's how you'd really know if you have a conspiracy among both parties...
8411c Wrote: Apr 27, 2012 9:55 PM
If this weren't an election year, I bet you'd find the vote unanimous in favor of robbing us of our freedoms.

There is no two party system. There is only us and the very elite, very arrogant them who don't give a rats assets what happens to this country as long as they get to keep their power, their money, their status quo, and the unearned right to thumb their noses at all us dumb slaves who work to keep them in the style and comfort to which they think they're entitled.

Our Forefathers' solution to tyranny is looking better and better all the time--in fact, I'm beginning to think this is quickly becoming the only option left to us patriots who, even now, yearn to be free.
8411c Wrote: Apr 27, 2012 9:59 PM
When it comes down to a vote on stripping us of our rights, why do both parties rush to vote yay?

Kinda shoots holes in the lamestream media's narrative of partisan politics, doesn't it?

Patriot Act, NDAA, and now CISPA--boy, these parties sure work together extremely well, like a well-oiled machine...

On Thursday, the House of Representatives voted 248-168 to pass CISPA, the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act. Civil liberties advocates loudly protested the bill, claiming it will give government too much access to individuals’ personal information. The Obama administration is threatening to veto it if it makes it through both chambers of Congress. Congressional sponsors scrambled to amend the bill this week in order to ensure its passage. CISPA is supported by Facebook, Microsoft and other online giants.

H.R. 3523 will allow websites to share users’ personal information with the federal government in the name...