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Another Vote Ignored by OBAMA aka NO Bama!

This was taken direct from the capitol Reporter:

Recent Senate Votes
FISA Amendments Act of 2007 – Vote Passed (68-29, 3 Not Voting)

The Senate passed this intelligence bill that would revise U.S. surveillance laws and grant retroactive immunity to telecommunications companies that helped the government conduct warrantless wiretapping of U.S. citizens.

Sen. Richard Durbin voted
NO……send e-mail or see bio
Sen. Barack Obama voted Not Voting……send e-mail or see bio

Also, please note that Senator DICK Durbin has voted NO! That no vote endangers you, your family and the whole country. His refusal to allow FISA expansion and put us (the United States) at the mercy of terrorists is done without any concern for the people of the USA. It is evident that the two Democratic Senators that the people of Illinois have representing them are not interested in the welfare of the people they represent and are more concerned about the rights of terrorists than our lives. VOTE THEM OUT!



February 19, 2008 - Posted by | 2008 Election, Blogroll, Democrat, Durbin, election, Islam, Liberal Democrat, Obama, Political, POLITICS, President, Presidential Candidate, Senator, Terrorism, Voting, War | , , , , , ,


  1. Telecom immunity isn’t constitutional. They violated our countries laws.

    Comment by ddorsey | February 28, 2008 | Reply

  2. If we don’t start doing to protect ourselves and not be concerned about the so called correctness of others, there will be no us to worry about.

    When will the liberals stop giving terrorists rights over U.S. citizens?

    Yours is the first I have seen on this that said the telecom immunity is unconstitutional. I am sure, if that is true, they can find a way to circumvent that without rewriting the Constitution.


    Thanx for commenting!

    Comment by rightwingdog | February 28, 2008 | Reply

  3. I think FISA is great, as a Liberal, minus the telecom immunity. I don’t understand why he is trying to protect companies that broke laws, whether they knew of it or not.
    I think we should definately ask another country before we go in and wiretap their citizens, but if they don’t agree we can always threaten to stop giving them aide, etc.

    Comment by ddorsey | February 28, 2008 | Reply

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