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Andy Griffith vs. The Patriot Act

by admin on June 2, 2011

It’s a simple concept: The U.S. Constitution guarantees Americans privacy in their homes, papers, and privileged communications with their attorneys, doctors, and other professionals. Along comes one terrorist incident of highly murky origin and POOF! the Fourth Amendment is gone.

Do you think they teach kids this in school today? I guarantee they don’t and most people under say 30 would probably be amazed to know that these rights even exist.

Searches of your home, your car, your private communications, your bank account require a judge’s order – unless an agent of the President (the one with the forged birth certificate) decides otherwise.

Take a listen.

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Michael Lanning June 2, 2011 at 1:23 pm

Let’s not forget that this “Patriot Act” was initially put in place by the Bush Admin. As far as i’m concerned they’re are all the same dog and pony show that’s been going on since the late 1880s…..

Mikael June 6, 2011 at 9:56 am

Let’s not forget that this “Patriot Act” was initially put in place by the Bush Admin. As far as i’m concerned they’re are all the same dog and pony show that’s been going on since the late 1880s…..
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