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cstanleytech Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Mar-01-10 01:33 PM
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46. How about leaving the twisting of things (like putting words into my mouth) to the republicans.
FYI I did have alot of problems with most of the so called patriot act at that time mainly due to lack oversight for it, right now though we are merely addressing these three provisions and these three alone unless the articled neglected to mention how other parts of it got extended.
Now, would ya stop dodging answer the question of what is wrong with the extension for these 3 things?
I mean feel free by all means to break it down on why the extension for a year is a bad thing, I'm willing to listen to your reasons provided their sound enough but I want reasons, not bashing me by trying to accuse me of something I never did or said.
Personally, imo if they have a "legal" warrant from a court for a wiretap it kinda makes sense with the ease of which people can carry multiple cellphones that the warrant allow for it, technology changes as must our laws after all.
Would I have liked more oversight oversight in regards to the use of said warrants? Sure, I have no problem with that and I have been from the start.
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