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FRONT PAGE  |  8/4/2015
FRIDAY, NOV 1, 2013  |  5 comments
Paul: NSA ‘Could Be Spying’ on Obama

In light of a recent report, Senator Rand Paul (R., Ky.) fears the National Security Agency may be spying on President Barack Obama. “They could well be spying on the president, for all I know,” Paul says, in an interview with National Review Online. “He has a cell phone, and, in fact, my guess is that they have collected data on the president’s phone.”

Paul also believes the federal government may be tracking Pope Francis. “The most important question we need to ask the NSA is, ‘Are you telling us you’re collecting no data on the pope?’ And, ‘Did you collect any information on him when he was the archbishop, while staying in a certain residence in Rome at the time of the election?’ I don’t think they’re telling the truth.” ...


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Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Jim Lincoln wrote:

Personally, I think the NSA needs to spy on the Mad Hatter Tea Party, they highly foreign to American ideals!
Since you claim we're a Masonic Republic, then why complain about promoting political ideals foreign to it? And apparently you think spying on certain citizens for their political beliefs (foreign or not, crazy or not) is an American Ideal.
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News Item11/1/13 7:44 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Neil wrote:
Well Nixon spied on himself, though he knew it from the start of course.
Spying on the pope sounds incredibly boring, unless he has mistresses or cusses like Nixon. It is no surprise we hear this from National Review, for to borrow Matthew Henry's words, they “countenance popish superstition.”
How many on here remember what they were doing the exact hour that Nixon resigned? I was almost 12 years old when Nixon resigned in August 1974. I remember what I was doing the exact hour that Nixon resigned. I was looking out the window of the house watching a house being moved down the street.
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News Item11/1/13 4:24 PM
Clarens  Find all comments by Clarens
Knowing mans distrustful nature it would be naïve to think that with all this technology he wouldn't use it.

All nations with varying stages of technological development are using modern devices to spy on each other. That is the nature of man especially in political pursuit of advantage and influence.

Perhaps the solution is for Apple, Samsung, Microsoft or whoever to manufacture a device for everybody to spy on each other.

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News Item11/1/13 2:15 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
I think all the "good" swear words originated with Catholics, Neil. He doesn't have much interest in child molestation in handling it, so it might be a reasonable assumption that he doesn't have that much interest in women? Ah, you did bring up Frannie! which means of of course His Supreme Humbleness :-7 needs the standard comments. Jesus Christ, Our One & Only High Priest and
Requirements of Every High Priest
.

Personally, I think the NSA needs to spy on the Mad Hatter Tea Party, they highly foreign to American ideals! Sam’s Club Republicans Vs. the Tea Party I don't know how far these people will get against the crazies such as Paul, considering they always seem to have 5th Columnists in the "Club" Pawlenty Moves from Sam's Club to the Country Club.

Perhaps the NSA should keep an eye on The Papacy.

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News Item11/1/13 12:08 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Well Nixon spied on himself, though he knew it from the start of course.

Spying on the pope sounds incredibly boring, unless he has mistresses or cusses like Nixon. It is no surprise we hear this from National Review, for to borrow Matthew Henry's words, they “countenance popish superstition.”

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