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If the Obama administration elects not to act before Friday evening, the National Security Agency could for the first time in years be unable to collect the phone records of millions of Americans.
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Ken, you have no room to talk. White men have taken America's land from the Indigenous people.
Snowden is a Phuking HERO!!!
Ken I'ld say grow a pair, more important I say grow a left right neuron cluster then its crystal-clr
I love America, but I hate people who phug my country up.
Just because they haven't presented a new order does not mean there isn't one already.
This is getting crazy...we gave them this power,we need to take it back.
@umni7, Ed your timing was immpecable!
It is unconstitutional NOW, period. No fine tunning can fix unconstitutional.
I have zero respect and trust to justice system of US. Its all profit movited justice system.
"They" think we are stupid, rid crony capitalism from our governments! Always question authority!
They'll make a new program that's even more secretive and on a wider-scale, emphasis on "secretive" ;.
More BS lies. They will collect metadata no matter what. NSA is immune to laws.
Obama signed a law allowing our governemnt to lie to us. Look up Obama propaganda bill. Hollow
War on terror is solved easily - US, stay on your own shores.
I don't believe them, neither should anyone else. Lying Zionist scumbags
i dont think a piece of paper expiring is gonna stop them, the infrastructure is there to be abused.
govt and lies go hand in hand , some common sense here
Buahha tell that to the Coporations have this all installed
They might let THIS order expire in order to fool the populace, but they will get another. Always assume you are being you are being watched and listened to.
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