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Old 09-05-2013, 04:46 PM   #1
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Default NRA joins ACLU in suit against NSA

The NRA suspects that all the telephone spying could lead to a registry of gun owners.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/09/04/nra-joins-aclu-suit-against-nsa-surveillance/2768575/
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Old 09-05-2013, 04:59 PM   #2
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The NRA has a good argument. The NSA likely has a registry of gun owners. In the near future the federal government is not going to be able to meet its obligations to the people on the course it is taking. With our current deficit we should have post WWII tax rates. This would force companies to pay better and we would be making headway on the deficit. More and more people every month that were making $50K to $60k a couple years ago are taking $10 an hour jobs. How are we going to pay off the deficit and meet the obligations to the American people with the economy in decline? The economy has to expand at the rate it was expanding during the Clinton administration for the current tax structure to work.
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I simply don't see all this room in the budget

for spying on Americans. What is the B.O. administration

to say to America, when it has to explain how it broke

the economy?

I KNOW, how about "WE don't trust the people who

elected us, so we destroyed the economy, pissing

away billions on crowd control, SWAT SUVs, buying

away all your bullets, and spying on you. BTW, SORRY

we tanked the nation's financial security, in the process!"



I'm sure this response will go over real well.
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I always support the NRA because they have always supported me.
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