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    15 years, the government forgot that the Constitution and the Bill of Rights apply to everyone in the US. The parts that were intended to apply only to citizens always say 'citizens'. When it says 'people' and 'persons', it applies to everyone. If they want to read our e-mails and listen to our phone calls, wherever and whoever we're communicating with, they need to get a warrant describing what they're looking for, and it has to come through a regular court, not their pet court (FISA) or one of their kangaroo courts. That's built into the structure of government, and they need to go through the proper legal and constitutional procedures to change them.

    Fuck the security state. I didn't vote for it, and if the president thinks I did, hell no, you lied to us., and you're still lying, and maybe it is time for an impeachment. Just not the one the RWNJs want.

    (Is it time for the pitchforks and torches yet?)

    by PJEvans on Wed May 14, 2014 at 02:50:34 PM PDT

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