The Roanoke Slant

This file is a very brief journal and scrapbook and LTEs of some examples of the Roanoke Times slant. Comments to: lbhagen@roanokeslant.org

Monday, June 21, 2010

 

Yet More Gross Roanoke Times & ACLU Hypocrisy

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Roanoke Times, 6-19-10, Pg 14: Obama team monitoring the Internet.
Janet Napolitano says fighting homegrown terrorism by monitoring Internet communications is a civil liberties trade-off that the government must make to beef up national security.
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This major item buried back in small print on Pg 14 on a weekend!
This monitoring is not just inter-country of suspected bad guys, it is intra-country!
During the Bush years the Roanoke Times and their associates in the liberal press put every Patriot Act activity on the front page in BIG letters bashing Bush for violating The Constitution and our Civil Rights and the ACLU was in court demanding this all be stopped. And Senate Democrats were filing bills of censure against the President.
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Apparently now the Editors of the Roanoke Times and their associates at the ACLU aren’t concerned about monitoring internal US communications anymore! Apparently it’s not a civil rights or privacy issue if Obama does it! After all, what’s the chance that a bunch of guys from Chicago would use intercepts of private communications for other than legitimate national security protections?
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The level of Hypocrisy by the Roanoke Times, their associates at the ACLU and the major media in general is very disturbing. There are no checks and balances for Obama; just a continual suckingup to their prince.
Apparently Pravda is alive and well in the US.
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Just more hope and change we can believe in!
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Prior Items:
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How does this relate to Sen. Dem Leader Reid’s March 2006 proclamation that:
"The Patriot Act is Dead"
http://roanokeslant.blogspot.com/2006/03/close-vote.html
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Dem. Sen. Feingold’s formal motion in the US Senate to censure Pres. Bush for the NSA surveillance of terrorist communication into and out of the country
http://roanokeslant.blogspot.com/2006/03/censure-bush_22.html
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The RT Editors should have apologized to all Americans and our allies for their efforts to kill the Patriot Act,
http://roanokeslant.blogspot.com/2006/08/roanoke-times-misdirected-hostility.html
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The ACLU sought out Judge Taylor to "hear" the ACLU’s case that the interception of calls between suspected terrorists abroad with persons in the US to be unconstitutional.–The highlight of her learned legal opinion was that:"THERE ARE NO HEREDITARY KINGS IN AMERICA" and that these interceptions are unconstitutional.
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http://roanokeslant.blogspot.com/2006/08/wiretap-judge-continued.html
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http://roanokeslant.blogspot.com/2006/08/wiretap-judge.html
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