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Sen. Rand Paul responds to critics who say his lawsuit against the NSA is designed solely to bolster the Tea Party.
True this a political stunt by Rand Paul, but the 99% of the USA's Patriotic Citizenry should not be spied on by the NSA. The people doing the spying are people and that means they use the information they get to steal business plans, ideas and a basically an infinitive number of reason, that can be criminal. What ever we had in place for security before the Bush / Cheney Presidency is what we should go back to. They are the ones who let 9/11 happen, either complicit or incompetent, this whole idea of diminishing the Fourth Amendment and spying on Patriotic American Citizens was their idea of covering up their complicit behavior in the Attack of 9/11 or their incompetence. They were using it to spy on people who weren't buying the lies the Bush /Cheney were spewing.( And if you recall, the lies seemed limitless). The other thing we should do is, make sure we never have another President selected by the Supreme Court whose whole life is some made up fairytale and has the reading and comprehension abilities of a fourth grader. I can only imagine how many Patriotic Americans are on the NSA's watch list, that basically, know better than, to believe the lies told to us,even today. Have any doubts, just look at Christie...One of Bush's appointments. Rand Paul just likes to be on TV, plus he should know Bill Clinton wasn't predator, just man that fell to temptation to a somewhat pretty younger woman and there are plenty of men like that since the dawn of time. If Rand Paul has problem with the age of consent maybe he should try to pass a law raising it to the age he finds suitable. Until then he should keep his big nose outta Bills Business.
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