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    Re: Vietnam Protecting human rights

    Quote Originally Posted by Perotista View Post
    Actually we may be closer to communism than Vietnam as they continue to move away from it.
    We are headed that way with our Communist president.
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    At least Bill saved his transgressions for grown women. Not suggesting what he did was OK. But he didn't chase 14 year olds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    We are headed that way with our Communist president.
    This certainly includes Obama but the trend precedes him and will only get worse after him and its all the fault of partisans.

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    Re: Vietnam Protecting human rights

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    This certainly includes Obama but the trend precedes him and will only get worse after him and its all the fault of partisans.
    No, this is our first communist president.
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    Re: Vietnam Protecting human rights

    Another partisan statement. Communists you know are about restricting liberties (amongst other nasty things) and violating human rights. One more time, a Reagan nominee for SCOTUS, Sandra Day O'Conner said of Bush's warrantless (read: illegal) wiretapping equated to the US degenerating into dictatorship. Obama is Bush on steroids, true. But this trend is only going to worsen unless partisans stop blindly supporting their party and be constitutionalists and Americans, first!

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    Re: Vietnam Protecting human rights

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Another partisan statement. Communists you know are about restricting liberties (amongst other nasty things) and violating human rights. One more time, a Reagan nominee for SCOTUS, Sandra Day O'Conner said of Bush's warrantless (read: illegal) wiretapping equated to the US degenerating into dictatorship. Obama is Bush on steroids, true. But this trend is only going to worsen unless partisans stop blindly supporting their party and be constitutionalists and Americans, first!
    Bush tapped OVERSEAS phone calls, TO and FROM terrorist sponsoring countries. Let's at least stick to the facts.
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    Re: Vietnam Protecting human rights

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    Bush tapped OVERSEAS phone calls, TO and FROM terrorist sponsoring countries. Let's at least stick to the facts.
    That's suppose to make illegal wire taps ok?

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    Re: Vietnam Protecting human rights

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    That's suppose to make illegal wire taps ok?
    Nope! Just clarifying the facts.
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    Re: Vietnam Protecting human rights

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    Nope! Just clarifying the facts.
    Your clarification is not at odds with what I posted, that's good, and we agree that your clarification doesn't excuse Bush's illegal wire taps, and that's better.

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    Re: Vietnam Protecting human rights

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Your clarification is not at odds with what I posted, that's good, and we agree that your clarification doesn't excuse Bush's illegal wire taps, and that's better.
    You left room for the assumprion that Bush was illegally wire tapping anyone. What was doing was bypassing the FISA court because the judges stopped approving warrants.
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    Re: Vietnam Protecting human rights

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    You left room for the assumprion that Bush was illegally wire tapping anyone. What was doing was bypassing the FISA court because the judges stopped approving warrants.
    A particular SCOTUS judge left room for the same by stating that we should avoid degenerating into dictatorship by avoiding this such unconstitutional activity. But with a very conservative lean and your perennial partisan positions, I wouldn't expect you'd acknowledge the sins of a republican president. Rah rah, your team.

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