Tuesday, November 20, 2012

“Our government’s duty is to protect the private information of the American people, not use it for political purposes.” -- Obama campaign spokesman Bill Burton (2008)


Leahy scuttles his warrantless e-mail surveillance bill --November 20, 2012


 'Senate bill rewrite lets feds read your e-mail without warrants'

     Obama's campaign spokesman Bill Burton was reacting in 2008 to reports   'State Department employees conducted an unauthorized search of Obama’s passport files during the 2008 presidential campaign.'                                              During that campaign, gathering personal information surrounding Barack Hussein Obama's blurred past was next to impossible.  Records from all levels  were denied review by members of the media.  

     In other words, the man Americans were expected to entrust their lives to over a minimum of four years as Obama might serve, if elected, as President of the United States of America.  But personal details of his background were sealed.  We, the American people, were informed that this information was not necessary in deciding who might be best to serve in the highest elective office in this land.                                                                              As Obama campaign spokesman Bill Burton declared,  “This is an outrageous breach of security and privacy, even from an administration that has shown little regard for either over the last eight years.” (referring to the Bush Administration).                                                                                                       

     It is OUTRAGEOUS to BREACH SECURITY AND PRIVACY of the one man whose integrity should be without question and beyond reproach, but American voters are sold this man by a bunch of charlatan snake oil salesmen--WITHOUT QUESTION.  (Might as well start lining up, without question, and climbing into those 'boxcars).'

 'Senate bill rewrite lets feds read your e-mail without warrants'

Editors Note: These people simply can't be trusted by the American people.

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