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Libertarians to Obama: Can You Hear Me Now?

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06/06/2013 01:57 PM
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Libertarians to Obama: Can You Hear Me Now?
“1 billion”

-- Average number of Verizon Wireless calls connected each day, according to company data.

Last night, liberal House Democrats were agonizing over their doomed effort to help President Obama’s effort to import several dozen foreign inmates at the Guantanamo Bay prisoner of war camp in Cuba.

Obama’s effort to bring the foreign fighters into the U.S. justice system is a non-starter owing to bipartisan opposition. While some opponents are worried about the legal ramifications and damage to U.S. intelligence gathering, all of them are worried about the possibility of having Islamist militants held or tried in their districts.

While Democratic civil libertarians were bemoaning the lack of American-style justice for foreign nationals captured on the battlefield, liberal London newspaper The Guardian let loose what may be the most damning leak yet about the Democratic president’s safeguarding of his fellow citizens’ rights.

First reported there and then subsequently confirmed by a lack of denial and background confirmations, the Obama administration has been mining the data of America’s largest wireless provider, Verizon, which boasts some 115 million mobile subscribers. The feds also seem to have been combing through phone records of the company’s 14 million landlines, mostly in the Mid-Atlantic region. But the massive cell network is the real data trove for federal agents.

The revelation would be startling whenever it leaked, evidencing as it does the largest, broadest effort so far to spy on the communications of Americans. Not just international calls. Not just calls to targeted numbers. All of the calls, all of the time.

Officials assure in background briefings that no conversations are actually recorded and the government supercomputers are only looking for suspicious patterns in order to seek a more targeted search warrant.

[link to www.foxnews.com]
"Firearms are second only to the Constitution in importance; they are the peoples' liberty's teeth."

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