must have surveillance of all, isn't it the People who should have access to any
and all tapes of situations in which their Rights are
all the schemes of entrapment government seems able to concoct, doesn't it seem
of greater important that out "public servants" be tracked
shouldn't such tapes be in courthouses and such first before ever being
turned on the People
In a message dated 2/14/03
4:22:16 PM Central Standard Time, tex@... writes:
Every American that wants to be FREE must be willing to do
they can to help protect that freedom. For some, that
in the armed forces, for other, it includes "providing
eyes and ears" for law enforcement to detect and deter ANYONE
planning to attack any other American's freedoms or rights!
I, for one, don't have anything to hide and welcome anyone to
If you don't agree, there are other
places on this planet that you
would probably fit right into and I
invite you to go there!
"ANYONE" include unelected government officials, elected politicians and
Your implication that "anything to hide"
is somehow illegal, immoral, and unlawful, stinks of the statist slogan that
anything NOT under control is OUT of control.
Who elected you to
determine how much privacy and individual should have?
just because YOU believe that 24/7 total observable nudity is the way that
includes "...providing additional eyes and ears for law enforcement to detect
and deter..." does not mean that it is the standard that is moral, right or
Also, how dare YOU imply that to disagree
with your totally open state observed lifestyle is preferable to the rest of
us and invite us to leave. YOU LEAVE!! If you want to live in an
authoritarian police state then YOU GO!!! This country was not intended
to be so. And by GOD and a few REAL patriots that will stand for the
principles that this nation was founded on it will return to a constitutional
republic of republics.
Go back to Prussia or what ever police state
hole you crawled out of.
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