Saturday, August 29, 2009

While We’ve All Been Distracted By Obama-Care..

Bill Would Give President “Emergency Power” To Shut Off ‘Net

S. 773 if passed would give Barack Hussein Obama, an avid anti-free speech President new powers to shut off parts of the internet during so-called “cyber security” emergencies.

The bill would require that networks in the private sector be managed by those who have attained a “government certification or license” to run them.

S. 773 does not define what a “cyber security” emergency is, nor does it limit the powers the President may have in issuing an executive order to shut down private networks.

Advocates of this obamanation claim this bill is ‘vital to protect the national interest’ and equate it to the powers Bush had to shut down airports and ground aircraft during the attack  of 9-11.

Probably the most controversial language begins in Section 201, which permits the president to "direct the national response to the cyber threat" if necessary for "the national defense and security." The White House is supposed to engage in "periodic mapping" of private networks deemed to be critical, and those companies "shall share" requested information with the federal government. ("Cyber" is defined as anything having to do with the Internet, telecommunications, computers, or computer networks.)

“Mapping private networks?”  By who?  None other than Government Certified “cyber security experts” that’s who.  Paid for by private enterprises, reporting to the Government on all private industry activities, just like what happens in CHINA!!

Make no mistake about this one folks, Obama doesn’t like the opposition he’s running into.  His entire political career was built on eliminating his opposition so he could run in a “clear field.”  His actions, enabled by such liberals as Sen. Jay Rockefeller only go to further Obama’s desire to control everything.


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DHS Announces New Electronic Search At Borders

Computers, Ipods, Blackberry’s, Papers to be inventoried

While American’s are distracted by Obama-Care, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) yesterday announced new directives to “enhance and clarify” how searches of computers and other ‘electronic media.’ 

The new announcement allow the DHS to develop automated tools to do comprehensive searches and inventory all types of electronic devices including laptops, blackberry devices, ipods and yes, even hard copies of files that a “citizen” may be carrying.

Brings a whole new meaning to “Your Papers Please!” doesn’t it?


“It Ain’t America No Mo’ Ok?”

Meet officer Wesley Cheeks Jr. of the Reston Virginia Police Department.

Officer Cheek’s didn’t like an anti-Obama sign at a “health care town hall” sponsored by Congressman Jim Moran (D. VA) and ordered one of the protesters to put it down.


That sign was just like this one.

Officer Wesley Cheeks Jr. then goes on to tell the protester if he displays the sign again, he’ll be arrested and charged with trespassing.

Does Officer Wesley know the law or doesn’t he?  Trespassing?

Why can’t the sign be displayed?  Because Officer Wesley Cheeks Jr. said so!  Aren’t you curious as to why Officer Cheeks doesn’t like this sign?

It ain’t America no mo’.

Officer Cheeks should be fired.  Plain and simple as that.

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We encourage our readers to call the Reston, Virginia police department to voice their concerns with this officer’s behavior and denial of someone’s First Amendment Rights by threatening to arrest them.

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