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News :: Politics
Fascist Dictator Calls For Double Standard On Email
15 Apr 2005
Bush draws the line on Email. The government can read your email, but he doesn't want you reading his.
Quote from article linked below:

``There's got to be a certain sense of privacy,'' Bush said. ``You're entitled to how I make decisions and you're entitled to ask questions, which I answer. I don't think you're entitled to read my mail between my daughters and me.''


Note, George Bush signed the PATRIOT Act which is currently used to read the email of activists all of the United States. Real terrorists, such as George Bush, know better than to use email.

George Bush appointed arch-criminal, liar, drug dealer, and terrorist John Poindexter to lead the Total Information Awareness Project: a project designed to watch your every electronic move.

A sure sign of dictatorship is when the fascist prick at the top reserves for himself standards that he does not wish others to enjoy.
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Re: Fascist Dictator Calls For Double Standard On Email
15 Apr 2005
Actually, the PATRIOT Act is not used to read emails. Since there is no right to privacy in internet emails, they can be intercepted at will with or without the PATRIOT Act. Have you bothered to read the PATRIOT Act by the way or have you relied on otheres reading it?
Hey Wrong, you're wrong.
15 Apr 2005
No, the PATRIOT act gives the FBI easy access to email that was not available before without a warrant.

So, Ms. Wrong, you're wrong. Nice try though.