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There Will Be No Civil Liberties If We Lose This War

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Link below; my emphasis:

"It needs to be repeated as many times as necessary until every single American acknowledges this supposition as a distinct possibility; should we lose this war against radical Islam and the terror it uses to breed fear and submission, our way of life, our government and our country, will cease to exist as we know it."

"Those on the "progressive" left have just begun mentally chewing on what for them is a gargantuan idea, that the military conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq are but battles in a much more monumental war. Those who understand the danger facing our country have come to the realization that there are two major fronts in our struggle for survival; the physical front (locations of armed conflict) and the ideological front (where the battles for the mind of a society take place)."

"It is very important to be victorious on the physical battlefields and so far we have been successful. As much as the "progressive" left and the mainstream media would have us believe that we are struggling to achieve victory, the evidence of our success is overwhelming......."

"Again it needs to be repeated as often as need be; should we lose this war against the oppressive mandates of radical Islam our country will cease to exist as we know it. There will be no civil liberties. There will be no judicial recourse. There will be no petitioning of our government. There will be no First Amendment rights, or Second, or Third. If we fail to be victorious over the fundamentalist zealots who promote radical Islam, not only as a religion but as a totalitarian way of life, this "experiment in democracy" that is our government will be, if texts other than the Quran are even allowed, a short chapter in The History of Infidel North America Before Islam."

"It is ironic then that an organization such as the American Civil Liberties Union is fighting for the "rights" of those who would dismantle and outlaw the ACLU, if not behead its leaders, should radical Islam be victorious."

"It is reckless for "progressive" politicians and activists to be arguing points of order regarding the president's execution of this war effort when the same points of order, directives and tactics have been used by past presidents and validated by established courts and authorities. In fact, their obstinate refusal to acknowledge recorded history can very well be considered aiding and abetting the enemy and there are consequences for those actions written into the Constitution, unlike the mounting number of fictitious rights frequently referred to by the "progressive" left."


http://www.gopusa.com/commentary/fsalvato/2005/fs_12301.shtml
 

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Our civil liberties are going by the wayside every day. Bush's wiretapping of American citizens' private conversations is just the latest. We don't need Islamic militants to take away our civil liberties, the Republican party and the Bush Bunch are doing just fine.
 

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Disagreeable said:
Our civil liberties are going by the wayside every day. Bush's wiretapping of American citizens' private conversations is just the latest. We don't need Islamic militants to take away our civil liberties, the Republican party and the Bush Bunch are doing just fine.

What can you cite as evidence that conversations other than those flagged by an impersonal computer as having key words associated with terrorists are being "tapped"?

MRJ
 

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MRJ said:
Disagreeable said:
Our civil liberties are going by the wayside every day. Bush's wiretapping of American citizens' private conversations is just the latest. We don't need Islamic militants to take away our civil liberties, the Republican party and the Bush Bunch are doing just fine.

What can you cite as evidence that conversations other than those flagged by an impersonal computer as having key words associated with terrorists are being "tapped"?

MRJ

You know better, MRJ. It doesn't matter who's conversation is being overheard, whether it's one word or the entire conversation. The Bush Administration has no right to set aside anyone's Fourth Amendment rights! People aren't guilty of anything until they are found so in a court of law. Those protections are there for you and me. Apparently the Attorney General had some questions about this program. There is a court set up especially for quick response for wiretaps, if the Bush Administration needed one. They could even start eavesdropping and apply for a warrant within 72 hours and they refused to do it! Yet he went on the road and told the American people that a warrant was required for wiretapping domestic calls! The man lied to the American people and the TIMES sat on the story all through the election year!
 

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