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If you are like me you are either too lazy or too busy to read all of the emails between these two. :lol:

This video is exactly what folks like us needed!

These two actors are terrific! :thumbsup:

Verbatim reenactment of some texts.

(This was created in May - not including what we've recently learned)
THERE ARE SOME FOUL WORDS ... EXACTLY THE SAME AS THE WRITTEN TEXTS

That was well done! :thumbup:
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This reminds me of the time Hussein wrote in his book that he ate some dog.
I just read your post and saw that POTUS had 14 new Tweets, and the first one I read?
I thought he was talking about Hussein and NK, I haven't had my coffee yet.

 
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Drudge Report  “OBAMA KEPT THEM IN CAGES, WRAPPED THEM IN FOIL” We do a much better job while at the same time maintaining a MUCH stronger Border! Mainstream Fake Media hates this story.
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The collective screams and crying in DC are going to be epic.

I can hear the screams all the way down here in WNC.   :thumbup:
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Supe, I have both Faith and Hope in the Tea Party.
Sadly, in my judgement, there's a scarcity of true believers.

Always remember TEA is not a party, it is a movement. It is a movement of individual citizens who only desire truth, justice and freedom from our government.
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This is a positive ruling as it confirms our freedoms. The actions of the Obama administration is illustration enough of how government can abuse us citizens.
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I am sure there will be a lot of judge shopping now.


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Redefining privacy

The ruling provides Fourth Amendment protection against “unreasonable searches and seizures” from one of the most common and invasive government surveillance techniques, lawyers and privacy advocates say. And it could pave the way for restrictions on how law enforcement can seek other kinds of digital data, from internet browsing to use of phone applications to walking under the gaze of surveillance cameras.

The ruling could also set standards for privacy in other aspects of American life where people’s digital activity is mined for information.

“This takes us a lot closer to the European system, which makes personal information sacrosanct,” said Nick Akerman, a former federal prosecutor and cybercrime expert. “It’s really defining what we view as private.”

more @
https://www.nbcnews.com/tech/tech-news/big-brother-gets-little-smaller-cell-phone-privacy-ruling-n885931?cid=par-xfinity_20180623
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If you are like me you are either too lazy or too busy to read all of the emails between these two. :lol:

This video is exactly what folks like us needed!

These two actors are terrific! :thumbsup:

Verbatim reenactment of some texts.

(This was created in May - not including what we've recently learned)
THERE ARE SOME FOUL WORDS ... EXACTLY THE SAME AS THE WRITTEN TEXTS


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Political Discussion and Debate / Watergate was really Pedogate ???!!!
« Last post by SueAnn on June 22, 2018, 11:56:18 PM »
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Now they have to send their chefs out to the store to get more. Congress needs to fight.

Bernie should set up a GoFundMe page.
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This reminds me of the time Hussein wrote in his book that he ate some dog.
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