"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

GOP & Democrats work to abolish Bill of Rights

Democrats and Republicans agree,
that damn Bill of Rights just gets in the way.
For reasons of their own, both the Left and the Right rip into the Bill of Rights in
order to build an unconstitutional centralized Big Brother State.

Question of the Day  -  Does the Republican Party even exist?  or are we just looking at a Socialist Democrat-Lite Party pretending to disagree with Democrats on the role of government?

Most of the rank and file of both political parties are circling the wagons to attack Edward Snowden and defend the unconstitutional All-Powerful Surveillance State they created together.

Democrat Senate Intelligence Committee Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein said on Sunday Edward Snowden should "come back and face the music."

"I don't think this man is a whistleblower," the Socialist witch said on CBS's "Face the Nation." "Whatever his motives are, and I take him at face value, he could have stayed and faced the music. I don't think running is a noble thought."

"He has taken an oath," Feinstein continued. "These oaths mean something. If you can't keep the oath, get out. And then do something about it in a legal way," reports Politico.

Liar, liar, pants on fire  -  What about you oath Feinstein?  as you try to confiscate guns and abolish the 2nd, 4th and 10th Amendments.

Asshole Alert
GOP Rep. Mike Rogers: Snowden's Secrets 'Belong To The People Of The US' & He's a traitor for giving them what they own.
Mike Rogers, the head of the House Intelligence Committee, has an incredible knack for spewing pure bullshit in defense of whatever he's supporting, rarely even bothering to make sure his statements are internally consistent. Still, his statements on Meet the Press this weekend take that nonsense to a new high. Rogers goes off on Snowden -- who he has already declared "is a traitor" -- arguing in favor of the "theft of government property" charges against Snowden by making the following statement:
"He has taken information that does not belong to him -- it belongs to the people of the United States."
Right. This information that "belongs to the people of the United States," which has been totally hidden from us, was actually finally given to the people of the United States -- to which Rogers admits it belongs -- by Snowden.  (techdirt.com)

Judge Napolitano:  I Still Think Snowden's An American Hero 

ACLU Files Lawsuit Over Government Massive Phone Record Grab
ACLU Files Lawsuit Over Government Massive Phone Record Grab - Judge Andrew Napolitano - Cavuto.

GOP's Peter King urges Obama to get out and aggressively support the Police State
  • The Constitution and Bill of Rights has no meaning to the vast majority of Senators and Congressmen from both political parties.

Republican Congressman Peter King said Monday that while he’s hesitant to second-guess a president in the middle of an ongoing crisis, President Obama should have been out in front more on the NSA leak case, talking to the American people more effectively about exactly why the country is using broad surveillance techniques and letting the Chinese and the Russians know that being complicit in protecting self-identified leaker Edward Snowden will not be tolerated.

Reichsführer Peter King

“I hate to be in the middle of a crisis second-guessing a president, but where is he? Where is the president?”  King, New York Republican, said Monday on CNN. “Why is he not speaking to the American people? Why is he not more forceful with dealing with foreign leaders?”

King, former chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, said Hong Kong’s decision not to extradite Snowden was entirely political reports the Washington Times.

“This was strictly a political decision, and I can’t believe Hong Kong would have made it without China encouraging it or certainly acquiescing in it,” King said.

“As far as tipping the balance, we have to take a much tougher attitude with China, certainly don’t give them the benefit of the doubt on issues, whether it involves trade, whether it involves currency or whatever, we have to step back and say that business cannot go on as usual. This is really up to the president to be more aggressive and to know how to play his cards better than I think he has until now.”

Also see our article:  Rubber Stamp Justice: FISA approved 99.97% of Warrants

A Mrs. Powel of Philadelphia asked Benjamin Franklin, “Well, Doctor, what have we got, a republic or a monarchy?” With no hesitation whatsoever, Franklin responded, “A republic, if you can keep it.”

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