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Liberty - CISPA Traitors

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.  CISPA - Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act was rushed through by most conservatives in the House.  What started off as another cyber security bill to protect data has changed.  It changed because wording and provisions were changed and added on at the last second.  Then the house Republicans (enemies of personal liberty) decided to pull a Reid and Pelosi and just pass the sucker without reading it.   Will the Senate and President pass it?  Hmmm.

[buzz] With the age of the Internet now, people read the bills while congress does not.  So with that being the case people are waking up to the horrible work of the congress.  Basically this means CISPA can no longer be called a cybersecurity bill at all. The government would be able to search information it collects under CISPA for the purposes of investigating American citizens with complete immunity from all privacy protections as long as they can claim someone committed a cybersecurity crime.  It pretty much says the 4th Amendment does not apply online, at all. Moreover, the government could do whatever it wants with the data as long as it can claim that someone was in danger of bodily harm, or that children were somehow threatened, notwithstanding absolutely any other law that would normally limit the government's power. Incredibly, this was described as limiting CISPA, but it accomplishes the exact opposite. This is horrible.

Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.), the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee and author of CISPA, responded by telling his colleagues to ignore "all the things they're saying about the bill that are not true." He pleaded: "Stand for America! Support this bill!"


Here is a list of U.S. House Reps who could care less about your freedom. I've spent some time blasting my thoughts on their facebook pages.  Hey, if you care and have a few the same.

Adams, Aderholt,Alexander, Altmire,Amodei,Austria,Bachmann,Bachus,Barletta,Barrow,Bartlett,Bass (NH),Benishek,Berg,Biggert,Bilbray,Bilirakis,Bishop (GA),Bishop (NY),Black,Blackburn,Bonner,Bono Mack,Boren,Boswell,Boustany,Brady (TX), Broun (GA),Buchanan.,Buerkle,Burgess,Burton (IN),
Butterfield,Calvert,Camp,Campbell,Cantor,Capito,Cardoza,Carney,Carter,Cassidy,Castor (FL),
Chabot,Chaffetz,Chandler,Clyburn,Coble,Coffman (CO),Cole,Conaway,Connolly (VA),Cooper
Dicks,Dold,Donnelly (IN),Dreier,Duffy,Duncan (SC),Duncan (TN),Ellmers,Fincher,Fitzpatrick,Flake,
Fleischmann,Flores,Forbes,Fortenberry,Foxx,Franks (AZ),Frelinghuysen,Gallegly,Garamendi,
Gardner,Garrett,Gerlach,Gibbs,Gingrey (GA),Gonzalez,Goodlatte,Gowdy,Granger,Graves (GA),
Graves (MO),Griffin (AR),Griffith (VA),Grimm,Guinta,Guthrie,Hanabusa,Hanna,Harper,Harris,
Hartzler,Hastings (WA),Hayworth,Heck,Hensarling,Herger,Herrera Beutler,Hochul,Huelskamp,
Huizenga (MI),Hultgren,Hunter,Hurt,Israel,Issa,Jenkins,Johnson (OH),Johnson, Sam,Jordan,
Kelly,King (IA),King (NY),Kingston,Kinzinger (IL),Kissell,Kline,Labrador,Lamborn,Lance,
Langevin,Lankford,Larsen (WA),Latham,LaTourette,Latta,Lewis (CA),Lipinski,LoBiondo,Long,
Lucas,Luetkemeyer,Lummis,Lungren, Daniel E.,Manzullo,Matheson,McCarthy (CA),McCarthy (NY),
McCaul,McIntyre,McKeon,McKinley,McMorris ,Rodgers,Meehan,Mica,Miller (FL),Miller (MI),
Miller, Gary,Moran,Mulvaney,Murphy (PA),Myrick,Neugebauer,Noem,Nugent,Nunes,Nunnelee,
Olson,Owens,Palazzo,Paulsen,Peterson,Petri,Pitts,Platts,Poe (TX),Pompeo,Price (GA),Quayle,
Reed,Reichert,Renacci,Ribble,Rivera,Roby,Roe (TN),Rogers (AL),Rogers (KY),Rogers (MI),
Rokita,Rooney,Ros-Lehtinen,Roskam,Ross (AR),Ross (FL),Royce,Runyan,Ruppersberger,Ryan (WI),
Scalise,Schilling,Schmidt,Schock,Schrader,Scott (SC),Scott, Austin,Scott, David,Sessions,Shimkus,
Shuler,Shuster,Smith (NE),Smith (NJ),Smith (TX),Smith (WA),Southerland,Stearns,Stivers,Stutzman,
Sullivan,Terry,Thompson (CA),Thompson (PA).,Thornberry,Tiberi,Tipton,Towns,Turner (NY),Turner (OH),Upton,Walberg,Walden,Webster,West,Westmoreland,Whitfield,Wilson (SC),Wittman,Wolf,
Womack,Woodall,Yoder,Young (AK),Young (FL),Young (IN)

The revolution begins with you, because the "law" makers could care less about you.  They think your privacy needs invasion to protect you for your own good.

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