Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Enemy Lists and Record Seizures and Spying...OH MY!

As if the Obama Regime had not done enough damage by shunning our allies and fomenting angst amongst our enemies(See: Arab Spring).....As if he had not violated this country with his Obamacare debacle, his reckless spending, his seemingly strong desire to drive every person in this country into taking disability......As if his dreams of his worthless absentee father and his "son" Trayvon and his Beer Summit bull puckey had not brought race relations to round about circa 1950.....As if the fast were not furious and the embassies had not burned, as if Gitmo were closed...as if his endless multi million dollar star studded parties and cake eating were not enough.....He has now come full circle. Anyone who dopes not see the monster of the man and his puppets should certainly buy a ticket to hell now while they are still on sale.

In all, Ronald C. Machen, Jr., the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia, has seized records associated with over thirty different phone numbers. In the filing that included the new information, the last four digits of each telephone line targeted by the Obama Administration are redacted. Two of the numbers begin with area code 202 and the exchange 456, which, according to current and former Administration officials, are used exclusively by the White House. (The phone number for the White House switchboard is (202) 456-1414.)

At least five other numbers targeted by the government include the area code 202 and the exchange 824. The phone number for the Fox News Washington bureau, which is publicly available, is (202) 824-0001. Rosen’s work phone number at Fox News begins with the same area code and exchange.
I don't give a flying fig if you hate Fox News or not. This is scary territory. This is the kind of mind numbingly scary that one has to step back and comprehend for a minute and then another before one can fully grasp the implications.

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
It's the first Amendment for a reason.


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