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The very liberal New York Times just turned on Obama. More than that, they bluntly said he has "lost all credibility".

 

The anger towards Obama's many crimes against the constitution isn't just party politics. Liberals are angry, too. It's that bad.

 

 

 

NY Times: Obama Has Now Lost All Credibility

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is the beginning of the end for Barack Obamas disastrous presidency. The New York Times has turned against him, saying that his administration has lost all credibility. Many mindless Obama supporters wont have their mind changed, but people who are actually progressive are slowly realizing theyve been scammed.

 

Heres the full quote from the New York Times:

 

The administration has now lost all credibility. Mr. Obama is proving the truism that the executive will use any power it is given and very likely abuse it. That is one reason we have long argued that the Patriot Act, enacted in the heat of fear after the 9/11 attacks by members of Congress who mostly had not even read it, was reckless in its assignment of unnecessary and overbroad surveillance powers.

 

The reason is simple. Obama is a fraud a criminal fraud. He used the IRS to stifle the opposition. He used the Department of Justice to stifle journalists. He lied about Benghazi. And now, we know that he has stolen the phone records of millions of Americans who are suspected of no crime with no warrant.

 

Hes just another tyrant.

 

MSNBC has mostly turned on him. The Huffington Post is calling for the firing of Eric Holder. Independents are disgusted. Conservatives are getting their second wind. Libertarians are organization and growing fast enough to soon put a candidate in the White House, through the GOP, of course.

 

In the end, Clint Eastwood is being proven right on a daily basis:

 

 

President Obama is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the American people.

 

Please recommend so more people can see that Obama is neither liberal nor conservative hes pure tyrant.

http://www.capitalisminstitute.org/ny-times-obama/

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This revelation is further proof of an unfortunate reality: Once you give up any liberty, privacy, or restraints on governmental power in the name of "security" or "war," it's gone forever.

 

The Bush administration masterfully exploited 9/11 to grant itself "wartime" powers under the Unitary Executive ideology. The bushistas made a fetish of secrecy to conceal their abuses and ineptitude. And they seemed to believe that protecting America required the systematic destruction of what made America uniquely worth protecting.

 

Obama promised transparency and a return to constitutional constraints on Executive authority. But the transparency and return to the norms that the bushistas empowered themselves to violate have turned out to be as illusory as any of the other empty promises Obama made to voters. It appears that once he found himself in a position to exercise the powers his predecessor granted himself, he could not bring himself to relinquish them.

 

In many ways, Obama's policies are indistinguishable from those of Bush and Cheney. His administration is just as obsessed with secrecy, and is more aggressive about pursuing and deterring those who pierce the curtain. The "hope and change" he offered voters has turned out to be just another politician's lie. And worst of all, I fear it may now be too late to restore the checks and balances that formerly distinguished the United States from numerous authoritarian regimes.

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NYT: The administration has now lost all credibility on this issue. Mr. Obama is proving the truism that the executive branch will use any power it is given and very likely abuse it. That is one reason we have long argued that the Patriot Act, enacted in the heat of fear after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks by members of Congress who mostly had not even read it, was reckless in its assignment of unnecessary and overbroad surveillance powers.

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fake quote, foreskinbreath.

You wrot in your OP that EVERYTHING in that OP was a direct quote from the NYT. You did not use quotes, so that is deceitful.

 

More deceit...the NYT is not the liberal standard bearer. It pushed the war in Iraq, when it knew the Bush admin was lying. Judith Miller pawned the lies off on us.

It helped to out plame.

The NYT is known among liberals as the new York whore times.

This has been going on seven years and the NY Times is outraged now? Where was the NY Times when the laws were voted in beginning with Bush.



'“On its face, the order reprinted in the article does not allow the government to listen in on anyone’s telephone calls,” the official said.

Signed by Judge Roger Vinson of the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court in April, the order requires the “production of certain call detail records,” and is set to expire on the evening of July 19, 2013. The order pertains to information including the phone numbers making and receiving the call, as well as the time the call was made and how long it lasts. It does not include the “name, address, or financial information of a subscriber or customer,” according to the order.

http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/06/06/18796204-obama-administration-defends-phone-record-seizure-does-not-confirm-verizon-report?lite

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fake quote, foreskinbreath.

You wrot in your OP that EVERYTHING in that OP was a direct quote from the NYT. You did not use quotes, so that is deceitful.

 

More deceit...the NYT is not the liberal standard bearer. It pushed the war in Iraq, when it knew the Bush admin was lying. Judith Miller pawned the lies off on us.

It helped to out plame.

The NYT is known among liberals as the new York whore times.

This has been going on seven years and the NY Times is outraged now? Where was the NY Times when the laws were voted in beginning with Bush.

 

 

'On its face, the order reprinted in the article does not allow the government to listen in on anyones telephone calls, the official said.

Signed by Judge Roger Vinson of the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court in April, the order requires the production of certain call detail records, and is set to expire on the evening of July 19, 2013. The order pertains to information including the phone numbers making and receiving the call, as well as the time the call was made and how long it lasts. It does not include the name, address, or financial information of a subscriber or customer, according to the order.

http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/06/06/18796204-obama-administration-defends-phone-record-seizure-does-not-confirm-verizon-report?lite

What a moron! LOL! Can't get much dumber than this dumbass. He was proven to be an idiot, and a liar. So he backpeddles with spin, propaganda, and stupidity. :lol::rolleyes:

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Heres the full quote from the New York Times:

 

The administration has now lost all credibility. Mr. Obama is proving the truism that the executive will use any power it is given and very likely abuse it. That is one reason we have long argued that the Patriot Act, enacted in the heat of fear after the 9/11 attacks by members of Congress who mostly had not even read it, was reckless in its assignment of unnecessary and overbroad surveillance powers.

It was deceptive of that site to misquote the original. Always better to check the original source before repeating someone else's take on it.

 

That said, it's just one more example of overreach by the government. While it didn't start with Obama's administration, it's another example of his hypocrisy, as he was vocal against Bush, and then his administration is doing the very thing he said he was against.

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For you Dano: This is the beginning of the end for Barack Obamas disastrous presidency. The New York Times has turned against him, saying that his administration has lost all credibility. Many mindless Obama supporters wont have their mind changed, but people who are actually progressive are slowly realizing theyve been scammed.

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What a moron! LOL! Can't get much dumber than this dumbass. He was proven to be an idiot, and a liar. So he backpeddles with spin, propaganda, and stupidity. :lol::rolleyes:

 

 

I just proved that you're a liar and a fraud.

I just proved that you posted a "fake quote".

see those italics? Better learn how to use 'em.

You're toast in this thread...better start another.

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I just proved that you're a liar and a fraud.

I just proved that you posted a "fake quote".

see those italics? Better learn how to use 'em.

You're toast in this thread...better start another.

you proved nothing.

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it's just the media beginning to stage the gop victory in 2016. you should have known this was coming. the balance must be maintained

in order to keep the sheep divided and stupid.

Maybe. But why shouldnt Patriots be divided from, America hating liberal trash?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Laffin!

Good. The world laughs at you. So do I.

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Why? Do you, in fact, know what "metadata" means?

Why should the government have "the phone numbers making and receiving the call, as well as the time the call was made and how long it lasts" pertaining to the calls we make and receive? It is an invasion of our privacy, even if it's just me talking with my grandkids, ordering pizza, or setting up a Sears repair appointment. It is none of their business.

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Why should the government have "the phone numbers making and receiving the call, as well as the time the call was made and how long it lasts" pertaining to the calls we make and receive? It is an invasion of our privacy, even if it's just me talking with my grandkids, ordering pizza, or setting up a Sears repair appointment. It is none of their business.

 

 

How is it an invasion of our privacy? Everything you just listed is not scrutinized. It can't be. That's why I asked if you knew what metadata is.

No agency, even with supercomputers, can examine every phone number, time, and duration. No one's calls are being "monitored"...no one's personal info is being mass scrutinized. that's impossible. they get hundreds of millions of calls a day.

Even when a pattern of calls involving known terrorist numbers or sites is flagged and turned over, pulled from the stream so to speak, no one knows any details unless probable cause can be established and only then is a closer exam conducted.

The whole issue is a red herring. Like illegal immigration. Everything is being done according to the law.

 

“On its face, the order reprinted in the article does not allow the government to listen in on anyone’s telephone calls,” the official said.

Signed by Judge Roger Vinson of the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court in April, the order requires the “production of certain call detail records,” and is set to expire on the evening of July 19, 2013. The order pertains to information including the phone numbers making and receiving the call, as well as the time the call was made and how long it lasts. It does not include the “name, address, or financial information of a subscriber or customer,” according to the order."

 

http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/06/06/18796204-obama-administration-defends-phone-record-seizure-does-not-confirm-verizon-report?lite

 

 

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How is it an invasion of our privacy? Everything you just listed is not scrutinized. It can't be. That's why I asked if you knew what metadata is.

No agency, even with supercomputers, can examine every phone number, time, and duration. No one's calls are being "monitored"...no one's personal info is being mass scrutinized. that's impossible. they get hundreds of millions of calls a day.

Even when a pattern of calls involving known terrorist numbers or sites is flagged and turned over, pulled from the stream so to speak, no one knows any details unless probable cause can be established and only then is a closer exam conducted.

The whole issue is a red herring. Like illegal immigration. Everything is being done according to the law.

And then came Prism.

They're reading your email.

They're watching your video conferencing.

They watch you surfing the web.

They download your photos.

 

 

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Is that an invasion of our privacy Draino?

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'“On its face, the order reprinted in the article does not allow the government to listen in on anyone’s telephone calls,” the official said.

Signed by Judge Roger Vinson of the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court in April, the order requires the “production of certain call detail records,” and is set to expire on the evening of July 19, 2013. The order pertains to information including the phone numbers making and receiving the call, as well as the time the call was made and how long it lasts. It does not include the “name, address, or financial information of a subscriber or customer,” according to the order.

http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/06/06/18796204-obama-administration-defends-phone-record-seizure-does-not-confirm-verizon-report?lite

And in your opinion, that isn't bad enough?

Why should the government have "the phone numbers making and receiving the call, as well as the time the call was made and how long it lasts" pertaining to the calls we make and receive? It is an invasion of our privacy, even if it's just me talking with my grandkids, ordering pizza, or setting up a Sears repair appointment. It is none of their business.

How is it an invasion of our privacy? Everything you just listed is not scrutinized. It can't be. That's why I asked if you knew what metadata is.

 

You do realize I was quoting your post directly? No?

 

That is exactly what it said the order allows they to scrutinize.

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