6 responses to “Ron Paul: Why the 2,776 NSA Violations Are No Big Deal”

  1. Jane Doe

    I agree that the majority of the NSA interceptions are miniscule, but they are violating nevertheless and given the temperament, vindictive, subjective and elitist the people who control the spying are and/or can be, we are essentially targets depending on how they chose to interpret what we email, talk or text about to others. This hateful need to violate American's privacy is an entry way into violating our very existence.

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  2. Jane Doe

    Excellent reply! I couldn't agree more.

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  3. David Lango

    I would like to see where Ron Paul stands on the ultimate political litmus test 9 11 2001

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  4. OnlyAPersonHere

    haha agreed. but a politician is a politician = agent of the state. i cant help but laugh at how people who criticize liberty most often use politicians as examples to do so. the growth in anarchist philosophy is a backlash to statism. its inevitable.

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  5. McRocket

    Thank goodness for Ron Paul AND Edward Snowden.

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  6. FreeThoughtDIY

    thanks for all the ron paul uploads, don't know why i never saw/heard these before but i'm glad i found em hahaha! even though i'm an anarchist, i wouldn't be terribly upset if ron paul or gary johnson got into office - it's certainly a step in the right direction in my opinion

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