|Re: Public Wants Court to Okay Wiretaps|
|Phil Earnhardt (email@example.com)|
11 Jan 2006 12:27:28 -0800
On 11 Jan 2006 09:34:34 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:|
>> On 10 Jan 2006 07:43:29 -0800, email@example.com wrote:
>>> Bad behavior is bad behavior.
>> A conjecture is a conjecture.
> Not a conjecture. A statement. I don't believe in situational
That is a conjecture. "Bad" and "wrong" are the tell-tales.
Have you tested your beliefs? In the writings I've read about these
>>> It should be condemned because its WRONG!
>> Actually, it should be condemned IF it is wrong. AFAICT, this is more
> There was a court set up to issue warrants.
There were courts set up by the Carter Administration to deal with
> That court was bypassed.
"Bypassed" implies that the constitutional powers of the executive
> To me that is not a balance of power issue, but a legal issue.
Interesting. Do you acknowledge that the Executive is indeed given
> The constitution guarantees certain rights. By not going to the
But FISA is not part of the Constitution!
>> Is there any reason that there's almost no public debate about this issue?
> The public is being fed garbage from most news sources.
Agreed. And, with all due respect, the information you present here is
The Wall Street Journal is the only national newspaper I know of in
> There are doctors who are willing to testify in court that smoking
Agreed. Did you follow the Silicosis cases in the legal system last
>> Instead of creating "news" -- contracting for self-serving polls that
> This is a good suggestion. Most polls are commisioned by someone, and
Hear, hear! Aren't we supposed to be in the information age?
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