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    michaelr

    Obama administration defends telecom immunity in new brief

    Obama administration defends telecom immunity in new brief

    Are you people sure, I mean really sure that we do not live within a type of dictatorship, huh. I mean everything is the same isn't it?

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    nonsqtr

    Re: Obama administration defends telecom immunity in new brief

    Quote Originally Posted by michaelr View Post
    Obama administration defends telecom immunity in new brief

    Are you people sure, I mean really sure that we do not live within a type of dictatorship, huh. I mean everything is the same isn't it?
    Yes. I am being disappointed with each passing day.

    Here, from you cite:

    The Justice Department brief was filed in support of the department's motion to Walker to dismiss or to provide summary judgment in the lawsuit against AT&T for sharing customer telephone and e-mail records with federal agencies. The constitutionality of the law is defended on the grounds that the attorney general is only carrying out powers specifically given to him by Congress.
    But on the other hand, here's what the CONTRACT says - the highest Law in the land:

    Quote Originally Posted by Article I Section 9 - Limits on Congress
    No Bill of Attainder or ex post facto Law shall be passed.
    An ex post facto law, is one that changes legal status retroactively, which the telecom immunity law clearly does.

    This law is absolutely un-Constitutional!!!

    It doesn't matter what the Court says about it!

    Congress is expressly prohibited from passing a retro-active law! Of any kind!!!

    It's time for pitchforks, and tar and feathers.

    These people just do not GET IT.

  3. #3
    michaelr

    Re: Obama administration defends telecom immunity in new brief

    So where are the Obamatards??? Why is there no defense over this indefensible action????? Hellooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!

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    wingrider

    Re: Obama administration defends telecom immunity in new brief

    they know you can't defend the indefensible

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    michaelr

    Re: Obama administration defends telecom immunity in new brief

    Quote Originally Posted by wingrider View Post
    they know you can't defend the indefensible
    I hate this, every time I show Obama to be like Bush, or should I say, the handlers, they shy away. They have this belief that Obama will change things, it is simply not within his powers to do so.


    I can here the PM system whirling away as we speak!

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    wingrider

    Re: Obama administration defends telecom immunity in new brief

    hope it gets overloaded... umm on second thought no them we couldn't pm each other either

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    michaelr

    Re: Obama administration defends telecom immunity in new brief

    Quote Originally Posted by wingrider View Post
    hope it gets overloaded... umm on second thought no them we couldn't pm each other either
    It is OK I have a phone.

  8. #8
    wingrider

    Re: Obama administration defends telecom immunity in new brief

    lmao.. me to but only a cell and I'm gonna have to let it go because of the gps capabilities it has.

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    Bourne

    Re: Obama administration defends telecom immunity in new brief

    Quote Originally Posted by michaelr View Post
    So where are the Obamatards??? Why is there no defense over this indefensible action????? Hellooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!
    Perhaps we (Obama supporters) just don't care to debate flame bait nonsense Mike.

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    wingrider

    Re: Obama administration defends telecom immunity in new brief

    figures... can't debate it and prove it wrong so minimise it and ignore it hoping it will go away.. .. typical response

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