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The right calls Obama Hitler for minor changes to healthcare, not the NSA/drones

#11AceVanquishPosted 7/18/2013 12:39:55 AM
Justin2Krelian posted...
FindKenshi posted...
TC, I think you're a little confused. I listen to Fox News Radio in the morning, and yea, they are all over the NSA thing. Conservatives are speaking out against the snooping, liberals are defending it, from what I mostly see.

I've seen a good amount of Republicans defending it.

He said conservatives, not Republicans. Almost everyone in office defended it.
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#12CyborgSage00x0Posted 7/18/2013 12:57:48 AM
FindKenshi posted...
TC, I think you're a little confused. I listen to Fox News Radio in the morning, and yea, they are all over the NSA thing. Conservatives are speaking out against the snooping, liberals are defending it, from what I mostly see.


Pretty much everyone is against it, just to various degrees. The large amount of people being indifferent or completely OK with it are more so reflecting to how the NSA does it: Legally backed by Congress and having to go through approvals. But being snooped on in general? Not so much.

The 2 are completely different things. On top of that, let's not pretend the Right is actually opposed to this.
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#13AceVanquishPosted 7/18/2013 2:39:53 AM
CyborgSage00x0 posted...
FindKenshi posted...
TC, I think you're a little confused. I listen to Fox News Radio in the morning, and yea, they are all over the NSA thing. Conservatives are speaking out against the snooping, liberals are defending it, from what I mostly see.

Pretty much everyone is against it, just to various degrees. The large amount of people being indifferent or completely OK with it are more so reflecting to how the NSA does it: Legally backed by Congress and having to go through approvals. But being snooped on in general? Not so much.

The 2 are completely different things. On top of that, let's not pretend the Right is actually opposed to this.

A rubber-stamp court isn't really "having to go through approvals", come on.
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#14chareyPosted 7/18/2013 11:01:16 AM
AceVanquish posted...
CyborgSage00x0 posted...
FindKenshi posted...
TC, I think you're a little confused. I listen to Fox News Radio in the morning, and yea, they are all over the NSA thing. Conservatives are speaking out against the snooping, liberals are defending it, from what I mostly see.

Pretty much everyone is against it, just to various degrees. The large amount of people being indifferent or completely OK with it are more so reflecting to how the NSA does it: Legally backed by Congress and having to go through approvals. But being snooped on in general? Not so much.

The 2 are completely different things. On top of that, let's not pretend the Right is actually opposed to this.

A rubber-stamp court isn't really "having to go through approvals", come on.
Does the NSA even have to go past a rubber-stamp court or do they run the court themselves?
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#15Magus1947Posted 7/18/2013 11:29:40 AM
I'll believe that Republicans are upset about the NSA when the House passes a bill changing its rules. If they can pass 38 repeals of Obamacare they can pass one restriction of the NSA.
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#16AceVanquishPosted 7/18/2013 3:23:29 PM
Magus1947 posted...
I'll believe that Republicans are upset about the NSA when the House passes a bill changing its rules. If they can pass 38 repeals of Obamacare they can pass one restriction of the NSA.

Conservatives != House Republicans
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