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    E-Mail Surveillance Renews Concerns in Congress

    You know, this part really pissed off my wife.....

    The former analyst added that his instructors had warned against committing any abuses, telling his class that another analyst had been investigated because he had improperly accessed the personal e-mail of former President Bill Clinton.
    She and other Liberals are mad about that, but what about regular John Q. Publics like myself? Shouldn't there be outrage from Democrats that ordinary Americans are still being spied on? Obama promised change, but all I see is more Bush. Obama is nothing more than another bureaucrat who made promises and decided he'll be damned if he is going to keep them. As for Democratic outrage, I just don't hear much of it, now that a Democrat is president. I do hear a little, but it pales in comparison to the outrage that was going around when Bush was doing it. So the issue, it seems, was not about the Constitution at all, but about political power, and Democrats obtaining and keeping that power any way they can, even if it means wiping their asses on the Constitution the same way Bush did. So what is left after their successful takeover of the Federal government? Everything that was there before they took over, that's what.

    Let me end this post with 3 words - This is wrong!

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    Re: E-Mail Surveillance Renews Concerns in Congress

    Danahea said that it is wrong.

    He should have by now realized that it is not about America and what is or is not good for the US.
    It is in fact ALWAYS about the acquisition and retention of power.

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