reply to NOCTech75
Re: Change we can believe in? yes, just put all the blame on Obama. That makes complete sense. à° _à°
said by ArrayList:He is in charge, this is his DOJ and his administration. Obama first voted for the codification of it and now is trying to squash it. I guess this is another case of Obama supporters who only want credit for good things while burying any sort of change that was promised in the election. For someone who ran on Bush sucked he sure as hell is continuing many of his programs.
yes, just put all the blame on Obama. That makes complete sense. à° _à°
You act like he personally has control over these things. I doubt he gives 2 shits about what DOJ does.
So he has no control over what happens in his administration? Wow... he does no wrong in your eyes no matter what.
Yeah John McClane isn't making any sense whatsoever, DOJ is part of Obama's cabinet, how can he not have control over these things? Indeed he is a Bush clone, and I tried to warn people when Obama changed his stance on this very topic of warrantless wiretapping when the reality of him possibly becoming President sunk in and he could use that power for himself. When he was just any other Senator, he adamantly opposed this, until it was convenient to defend it, which he and his administration certainly are making quite the effort at.
The implications though are bigger than that. I mean, all this time has passed and the Bush administration's original abuse of power on this warrantless wiretapping subject has not been taken to task, and it's already nearly a decade has passed since this issue came up with little to no progress. What does that spell for ever holding an elected official accountable?
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