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9/22/2017 12:11:25 AM
Posted: 11/19/2002 8:45:53 PM EDT
Any "for the children" anti personal liberty provisions in the bill? I haven't had a chance to see the final wording.
Link Posted: 11/19/2002 9:06:39 PM EDT
Not sure on the exacts but I'm watching some lib right now complain on fox that the republicans snuck in provisions to protect the pharmacutical industry.
Link Posted: 11/19/2002 9:28:45 PM EDT
Analysis and links here www.infowars.com Bottom line - only illegal immigrants will have any privacy.
Link Posted: 11/20/2002 3:40:48 AM EDT
Here are a few talking points I encountered: -Levies a new tax on DVD rentals to pay for UN surveying crews to do prepatory work on internment camps. -Pilot program for GPS implant tracking of designated "high-risk" individuals; -Transfers retiring M48 and M60 tanks to every LE agency in the country with more than 10 sworn officers for counter-insurgency use; -Creates an internet regulatory and monitoring agency, primarily responsible for rating porn content and fighting a never-ending battle against a dire national threat, "Pop-up" ads; -Creates an armed air wing and an armed naval force of the BATF; -Gives the president the authority to order the arrest of up to 10,000 people a year just for "pissing him off." -Establishes formal, open diplomatic relations with our alien visitors and funds the construction of embassies; -Forces dogs to sleep with cats; -Requires the FCC to grant high-power transmission licenses to CIA microwave stations to up the microwave levels for routine mind control; -Bans sale of alumimnum foil in sizes greater than 4" X 4" squares to make beanie construction more difficult; -Funds a NASA mission to assist INS with deporting Alex Jones (of Infowars infamy) back to the moons of Jupiter.
Link Posted: 11/20/2002 3:53:18 AM EDT
[b]Bend over and spread'em.[/b]
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