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Senators Revise Anti-Encryption Bill, Opposition Mounts

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Apr 15, 2016, 9:34 AM


I am a Libertarian. I find it interesting that a bill sponsored by a Democrat, Diane Feinstein and a Republican, Richard Burr draws backlash against Obama. You do realize that the Senate is controlled by Republicans, yes? If Republicans were the friends of Liberty that Libertarians are then this bill would not have a snowball's chance in hell of becoming law. But they aren't. They are the other side of the hypocrite coin from the Democrats. Spare me your sanctimonious mewling about Obama. We all realize that it was Republicans AND Democrats who sponsored the Patriot Act. Both parties want to restrict our Liberty. This bill will doubtless pass with bipartisan support.
While I agree with you wholeheartedly, you certainly didn't take the op's post the same way I did. As I see it, he was railing against both Congress and the President (more or less the government as a whole) at the same time for their incessant and in...

Apr 14, 2016, 11:20 AM

Encryptin Bill

The government imports Jihad terrorists into the US, then punishes all Americans as a result of their behavior. Obama wants to let in hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees, many of which will be terrorists, and then when they go around shooting up the place, watch congress and president try to ban the 2nd Amendment more than ever. But hey, it's a small price to pay for political correctness. Our government is actually bringing in the terrorists and then taking away our rights as a result-like in this bill.
I agree wholeheartedly. Leave it to the fascist Dumbocrats to attack our freedom at every turn.
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