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Meanwhile, Congress is busy extending the FISA nonsense that led to the search for Alex Jimenez being pointlessly delayed for 10 hours while the hajis were sharpening the scimitars.

The only surprise here is that the Dem Cong didn’t try to attach an amendment requiring our intel people to also inform the terrorists ahead of operations that we were on to them by using the words “we’re going to close our eyes and count to a hundred, and then it’s ‘ready or not, here we come’.”

6 Responses to ““If It’s Broke, Don’t Fix It!””
  1. LC Draco Comment by LC Draco

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    May they burn in hell…..

    and first, but would rather not even have to post on an article like this.

    RLTW

  2. LC Draco Comment by LC Draco

    Strict Standards: call_user_func_array() expects parameter 1 to be a valid callback, non-static method emotions::filter_text() should not be called statically in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 59

    And BTW…every time I hear someone ask if seconds really matter, I wanna bitch slap them. Anyone that’s ever been in a kill zone of an ambush knows that milliseconds matter. 10 hours has me freakin fuming.

    RLTW

  3. LC Old Dog Comment by LC Old Dog

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    DJ,

    The problem is that that is not the way the FISA Law reads.

    You are correct if the entire route is outside the US or US control.

    All they have to do is make sure their VOIP goes through a Node in the US or under US control. At which point prior authorization comes into play.

    This was the case here. There is no free play period involved in the case where any part of the route is involved in the US.

    I can’t do a LAMP Server but, the Internet is where I work and live. Even back when it was DARPANET and Al Gore was the Junior Member of the Committee that made it Public Domain and I was a Snot Nose E-5.

    The problem is that FISA restrictions apply to the entire route not, just the Origin and Destination.

    That is the simple change that the Intelligence Community wants. Source and Destination vs Route.

  4. LC Old Dog Comment by LC Old Dog

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    Damn DJ, We agree on something.

    If either the Source or the Destination is US then FISA applies.

    My problem is with both parties being given US Constitutional Protections just because the Route goes through a US controlled Node.

    It’s the people at either end that should count, not the Route!

    Think Buddy and I think you might agree!

  5. LC Old Dog Comment by LC Old Dog

    Strict Standards: call_user_func_array() expects parameter 1 to be a valid callback, non-static method emotions::filter_text() should not be called statically in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 59

    BTW DJ,

    Under the current FISA, the Node is considered US if the Equipment is Cisco. DUH, Cisco sells to anyone.

    That is the problem; they can violate The Law of Land Warfare at will. We are held to standards beyond belief.

    Standards that have no founding in International Law or Treaty are applied to us but not to them.

    They are Enemy Combatants, the Constitution does not apply to them. DUH?

    This is the point at which we have a disconnect. They are not American Citizens. The Constituition does not apply to them. The Law of Land Warfare does.

    You know the one that says that they can be Summarily Executed because they are not in Uniform nor a Member of a recognized Military?

    That’s pretty much the definintion of a Muj. They don’t want to play by the rules. But, they want us to do so. INSAHALLAH!
    :em98:

  6. LC MoMinuteMan Comment by LC MoMinuteMan

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    Howdy y’all, long time no see.

    Started a new gig driving a school bus, and along my route there is an “islamic center”. And on top of this building there are four Dish Network dishes. Correct me if I am wrong, but shouldn’t four dishes from the same provider be pointed in pretty much the same direction instead of four separate directions??

    There are also a couple of what appear to be high power radio antennas. They look to be about as big around as my wrist and 4-5 feet long.

    Anybody think the intel weenies should scope it out, or just wait for something to go :em71: ???