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NSA phone surveillance legal

27 Dec

N.Y. judge

Ah, New York.  Again…

That State has been a thorn in the side of America since its founding.   Now, one of their so-called Judges is ripping apart another piece of our Constitution.  Our rights to privacy.  When will they learn that legislating from the bench is not law?  That their ‘mandates’ hold no sway on American citizens?  

This is just another reason why this is not going to turn out well for anyone.

That might be why Florida is now replacing that ‘immigrant collection cesspool’ in population?  The downside of this is that many who are fleeing that place are ruining their new homes.  Florida is becoming a cesspool in its own right.  Discourage those people from moving into your States.

Refuse:  Refuse acceptance of these mandates.  Refuse to comply (resist) with the enforcement of them.  

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7 Comments

Posted by on December 27, 2013 in Committee of Correspondence

 

7 responses to “NSA phone surveillance legal

  1. militialaw

    December 28, 2013 at 10:25 pm

    Yet again, government employees protecting government employees. Not surprising, but disheartening nonetheless.

     
    • Soffitrat

      December 29, 2013 at 1:46 am

      Yes, sir. Where will it end? I think we all know. Reminds me of Bracken’s last book of his trilogy. Scary shit!

       
  2. Dannyboy53

    December 29, 2013 at 12:45 am

    As militialaw has stated these so called Judges, are employees of the regime. In any private endeavor, how many people would last if they were disloyal or critical of their employer?!

    My wife was born in Florida and spent the first 30 years of her life there. We lived in Florida a couple of years and it’s not all it’s “cracked up to be”! We sold our property in north Florida to a lady from Ft Lauderdale (she was desperate to get out of south Florida) and we moved out of the state. Mary encourages anyone talking of moving there to give it a second thought.

    The prospect of no personal income tax is attractive but misleading in a way. There are much higher taxes on fuels to make up the difference. The city of High Springs just east of where we were living has gasoline around $4 per gallon and in many areas of the state gasoline is almost $6 per gallon. There is gasoline to be had for a price comparable to the rest of the country but it’s few and far between. And unless one lives in or near one of the larger cities you will drive on substandard asphalt roads or more likely as in the county where we lived…dirt roads! The infrastructure in many areas is 30 yrs behind most of the rest of the country, water and sewer systems are nonexistent in the rural counties. We often drove about 45 miles to south Georgia to buy gasoline (well over a dollar a gallon cheaper), many people in north Florida did! One of our daughters still lives there, in Gainesville. Her reason for hanging on…she likes the beaches! Everyone has their own priorities.

    “All that glitters is not gold!”

     
    • Soffitrat

      December 29, 2013 at 1:49 am

      We have a rancher from Florida that moved his operation to DeKalb (birthplace of Hoss Cartwright, Dan Blocker and death place of Ricky Nelson). Imagine that. A cattle rancher moving to Texas! He had just been fed up with the BS there. It’s turned into another California. Or New York! S. FLA is more like Israel. I just see us slip-sliding away.

       
      • Dannyboy53

        December 29, 2013 at 2:25 am

        I once proposed digging a wide canal (VERY wide!) across the border of Florida from the Atlantic to the Gulf. But then I remembered such a barrier hasn’t stopped the illegal immigration of Cubans or Mexicans.

        Besides, “Judges” like the communist boot-licker above would just order us to back-fill it! If one takes a look at the original purpose of the Federal government, we don’t need Federal Judges. We should keep that in mind when we start over.

         
        • Soffitrat

          December 29, 2013 at 2:55 am

          When they ‘order’ us, we just walk away. Let them fill their own ditches. Lazy & crooked. Many are just bastards.

           
  3. Dannyboy53

    December 29, 2013 at 3:23 am

    You just struck on something I’ve been saying for years. When these boot-licking employees of the regime pass out their unconstitutional decisions and demands, simply tell them to go piss up a rope.

    As you say, just turn and walk away.

     

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