Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Tap, Tap: You There? With FISA, You Will Never Know

Scratch the protections of the Fourth Amendment. Just line through them. On the side, insert: Subverted by Congress, July 9, 2008.

Every telephone conversation can now be heard. Every e-mail or fax can now be read. All by someone without a judicially reviewed and issued warrant. And without any reason.

You won't know WHY. You won't know WHO. You won't know WHEN. You won't know HOW. You won't know WHERE.

"Ask not what you can do for your country, as what your country can do to you." (forgive me, JFK)

The ACLU is litigating. Thanks be to God for that!

So, kids... rip up our constitution! RIP, literally. Go ahead, just tear that silly Fourth Amendment right out of there. Who the hell needs privacy protections! And just think, there won't be any protection for corporations, either. Afterall, corporations are legally construed as "individuals", right? So now the government can spy on corporations too? Mmmm.

Well, maybe its not all bad after all. At least it is equal opportunity abuse. Justice Scalia should have fun with that concept.