Subject: Re: National Security, Clinton Style
From: "Art Krueger"
Al Donaldson wrote in article
> In article <email@example.com>,
> Lucile V. Wilson wrote:
> >I don't mind if the government wants to look into my computer. Any
> >cheap hacker can do it if he wants now so why not the government? I
> >keep my business records in my computer and if Clinton wants to look at
> >it, so what? I have nothing to hide. Think of something else to try to
> >scare people about. Whew!
> What's the phone number and password? I'm sure you won't mind
> me logging in and editing some of your files.. :-)
> College of William and Hillary, Class of 96
> Computer Security Department
Yeah! Me too! Me too! That's the liberal democrat philosophy, isn't it!
LuLu, correct me if I'm wrong,
nevermind, don't bother, cause I'm always right ; ) I<
but with that line of thinking then why doesn't Billy let us take a look
into his "innocent" health files? Hmmm?
What's that I detect LuLaBelle? Are you afraid we might find some sorid
disease that he either contracted or gave to Genny Flowers? You know that
STD..yes, the clam. The one that makes those infected extremely randy? Is
that why you're so smitten with the ol dog? Ha! Knew you'd confess and
profess sooner or later!
If not, then you still lose, because there is a right to privacy..the 4th
am. The 4th Amendment protects the privacy and security of the home and
personal effects and prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures.
And he did not protest when they came for the tobacco, for he did not
He did not protest when they came for the liquor for he did not drink.
He did not protest anything they asked for,
until they came for him.
"We can't be so fixated on our desire to preserve the rights of
President Clinton (USA TODAY, 11 March 1993, page 2A)
There are probably people in this room that are
still mad at me because they think I raised their
taxes too much. It will surprise you to know I think
I raised them too much too."
- President Bill Clinton
Houston Press Conference - 10/93
"The broad mass of a nation will more easily fall victim to a big lie than
a small one."
Sound familiar, anyone? Don't let America fall victim to the Klinton's
wrath again. It takes a village [of idiots to re-elect Klinton]
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"The weariest nights, the longest days, sooner or later must perforce come
to an end."
Baroness Orczy (1865-1947) British novelist. The Scarlet Pimpernel, Ch.22
"No pain, no palm; no thorns, no throne; no gall, no glory; no cross, no
William Penn (1644-1718) English preacher. No Cross, No Crown
--> If Jesus persevered through these perils then we can as well.
"If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen."
Harry S. Truman (1884-1972) US statesman. Perhaps proverbial in origin,
possibly echoes the expression 'kitchen cabinet'. Mr Citizen, Ch.
---> GET OUT NOW HILLA THE HUN! You're burnin' the cookies!
"Integrity without knowledge is weak and useless, and knowledge without
integrity is dangerous and dreadful."
Samuel Johnson Rasselas, Ch. 41
------> The Klinton administration has certainly proved that, haven't