[Homestead] A point of view
lurine at softcom.net
Wed Jan 25 18:43:45 EST 2006
Ray, if they aren't effective then you are saying your leader is a liar. He
says they are effective. Y'all need to get together and make up your
BTW, Ray, he isn't tapping foreign nationals. He is tapping anyone who
"they" have decided might be a suspect. He also admitted that.
Also, a little history reading might help you, Ray. The reference was to J.
And, if you're married, or have a mother or sister available, I think they
might be able to explain to you the difference between a dress and a
skirt/kilt. They aren't synonomous.
----- Original Message -----
From: <rayzentz at aol.com>
> Again, the laws in question apply to citizens. C I T I Z E N S. US
> ones. Again, if you are on some foreign terror suspects speed dial,
> refer to my last post. Those laws don't apply to the executive branch
> when tapping foreign nationals. He is not thumbing his nose. He is
> Does it really bother you who wears dresses and who doesn't. Almost
> every scotsman I know does from time to time (although they get really
> upset if you refer to it as a dress), and they seem ok.
> As far as proof regarding effectiveness. I have a friend who is a
> private investigator, and who deals with wiretaps (on citizen's, I might
> add) and he says wiretaps are not effective. It is the rare occasion
> when they are that make it all worth the effort.
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