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Wow. Could Jeb Bush make me like him any less than I already do? This guys sounds like he wants to be in the old Soviet Union where citizens were constantly spied on. Plus it sounds like he wants to stir the pot with Russia also. How many more wars do we need?

Jeb Bush is unelectable, IMO. Discard this clown now.

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Jeb Bush: NSA needs broader powers to combat 'evildoers'

By BILL BARROW
Associated Press


ATLANTA (AP) -- Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush said Tuesday that the government should have broad surveillance powers of Americans and private technology firms should cooperate better with intelligence agencies to help combat "evildoers."

At a national security forum in the early voting state of South Carolina, Bush put himself at odds with Republican congressional leaders who earlier this year voted to end the National Security Agency's bulk collection of phone records.

The former Florida governor said Congress should revisit its changes to the Patriot Act, and he dismissed concerns from civil libertarians who say the program violated citizens' constitutionally protected privacy rights.

"There's a place to find common ground between personal civil liberties and NSA doing its job," Bush said. "I think the balance has actually gone the wrong way."

Bush also said the U.S. should send more troops - he didn't say how many - and equipment to eastern European nations in response to Russia's increasingly aggressive posture in the region. He said Russian President Vladimir Putin should know that his "adventurism" comes with "a price to pay."

"Rather than reacting to the bad behavior, I think we need to be more forward-leaning as it relates to what the consequences will be," Bush said.

The remarks were part of Bush's ongoing efforts to pitch an aggressive foreign policy as he struggles to break out of a crowded Republican presidential primary in which businessman and former television reality star Donald Trump has garnered much of the attention.

Pushing a hawkish foreign policy is a staple of Republican presidential politics. The exception is Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, and even the libertarian-leaning senator has refused to take military action off the table as he argues for a reduced American footprint around the world.

Yet for Bush, the discussion comes with particular challenges as he tries to distance himself from former President George W. Bush, the candidate's brother, who signed the Patriot Act into law and oversaw the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

Congress voted in June to end the bulk collection of American phone records under the Patriot Act, a controversial program that NSA contractor Edward Snowden disclosed publicly in 2013. The Obama administration announced recently that the agency later this year would destroy all the remaining records that already had been collected.

Bush doubled-down Tuesday on his assertions that there is "no evidence" the data collection violated civil liberties. "I've found not one" case, he said.

The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, an independent bipartisan agency, declared NSA's phone records collections program illegal in 2014, and a federal court of appeals reached the same conclusion earlier this year.

A May analysis from the Justice Department found that FBI agents interviewed by the inspector general's office "did not identify any major case developments" that came from using Section 215 that allowed the bulk records collection.

Bush also criticized private technology firms for using encryption to make it harder for their customers to be surveilled. "It makes it harder for the American government to do its job while protecting civil liberties to make sure evildoers aren't in our midst," he said.

Noting that companies like Google are getting pressure from customers, Bush said "market share ... should not be the be-all-end-all," and he called for "a new arrangement with Silicon Valley in this regard."

Separately, Bush told CBS News that he disagreed with rival Donald Trump on the birthright of children born in the United States to parents who are immigrants living in the country illegally.

"That's a constitutional right," Bush said. "Mr. Trump can say he's for this because people are frustrated that it's abused. We ought to fix the problem rather than take away rights that are constitutionally endowed."

Bush also opposed Trump's idea of a fence or wall along the border.

"It's not realistic to create a fence in places where fences can't be built. You'd have people, American citizens, on the south side of the fence in some places. Or they're on the wrong side of the fence," Bush said.

http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/U...8-14-25-14
now you see why the media keeps peddling fear and apocalyptic scenarios

with fear, people accept this nonsense
Bush also said the U.S. should send more troops - he didn't say how many - and equipment to eastern European nations in response to Russia's increasingly aggressive posture in the region. He said Russian President Vladimir Putin should know that his "adventurism" comes with "a price to pay."

^ check putinmania video that dagwood posted. 95% of crimeans wanted him to take over.

the kiev leaders threaten to exterminate all russians
the goal for these goons is to create a lifetime dossier on all of us. what porn sites we visited. what websites we visited. our drunken chats with our buddies at 3 am.

they want it all and the info will be used on demand to keep you in line. that is what they want.

welcome to the brave new world.
people say the internet has been a liberating tool.. i say it has been the opposite.
it has struck FEAR into the people. people instinctively know or feel that their entire e-history is in the hands of the government. it's probably true to some extent. everyone has searched for embarrassing stuff, particularly in the area of porn, STDs etc.

this is one of the reasons why so few people can do a wolfgang halbig and take proactive action against the rulers of darkness.

this is also why celibate priests were the foremost fighters of the conspiracy for centuries.

anyways.. the principalities of darkness would not give you technology if the technology could not enable them to have more power.
(08-20-2015 03:56 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]people say the internet has been a liberating tool.. i say it has been the opposite.
it has struck FEAR into the people. people instinctively know or feel that their entire e-history is in the hands of the government. it's probably true to some extent. everyone has searched for embarrassing stuff, particularly in the area of porn, STDs etc.

this is one of the reasons why so few people can do a wolfgang halbig and take proactive action against the rulers of darkness.

this is also why celibate priests were the foremost fighters of the conspiracy for centuries.

anyways.. the principalities of darkness would not give you technology if the technology could not enable them to have more power.

I think the internet is like anything else. It can be good and bad. Look at how it enables us here from around the world to discuss and debate topics.

A parent who is raising a family can still work on their college degree because the internet brings college to their home.


Overall though Jeb Bush is showing me that he is worse than his brother. No way does he deserve the opporunity to be president.
it has certainly brought benefits in many areas.. but overall it gives them more power.

the most powerful tool they have is the power to shape reality by analyzing social media data. what they do is analyze how the herd is mostly thinking then they can custom tailor propaganda by region, age, sex, ethnicity etc.

most people aren't going to liberated places like ey.. they are going to facebook, a company that has admitted it can shift your moods by altering the news feed.
I just read the headline and want to say he's got my vote!

A man that stands for something! Yes!

Jeb 2016. It's a lock.
This means he will probably get the nomination.
Bush vs Clinton probably. People forget things fast in this day and age.
http://libertyblitzkrieg.com/2015/08/19/...more-26449

For Florida taxpayers, the move by the administration of then-Gov. Jeb Bush to forge a relationship with Lehman Brothers would ultimately prove disastrous. Transactions in 2005 and 2006 put the Wall Street investment bank in charge of some $250 million worth of pension funds for Florida cops, teachers and firefighters. Lehman would capture more than $5 million in fees on these deals, while gaining additional contracts to manage another $1.2 billion of Florida’s money. Then, in the fall of 2008, Lehman collapsed into bankruptcy, leaving Florida facing up to $1 billion in losses.

But for Jeb Bush personally, his enduring relationship with Lehman would prove lucrative. In 2007, just as he left office, Bush secured a job as a Lehman consultant for $1.3 million a year, Bloomberg reported.
that is how corruption works.. these politicians can trade on inside information.. and when they leave office they get paid as consultants to open doors for various businesses.

this is the "free market" at work folks.

we need a fair market not a free market.

we need god to strike fear into the hearts of men so they don't act in such a DISGRACEFUL MANNER
(08-20-2015 09:02 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]that is how corruption works.. these politicians can trade on inside information.. and when they leave office they get paid as consultants to open doors for various businesses.

this is the "free market" at work folks.

we need a fair market not a free market.

we need god to strike fear into the hearts of men so they don't act in such a DISGRACEFUL MANNER
This is not a free market.

Special treatment to certain groups isn't free. It's cronyism.

There is no such thing as fair in reality. Fair opportunity, maybe. People tend to think fair is the same as equal.

There's nothing fair or free about our system.

I ran for office once. I was blown away by the number of people who were all of a sudden interested in my opinion. Left a bad taste. Not for me.
any free market would just result in a gangster economy. people would form groups and unfettered by the law would form cartels.

you need a higher power to regulate that. a hybrid economy works the best like China.

you have some state controlled stuff, and some free market stuff.

it's not either or. there is no one system.

I believe in state capitalism. the central govt. sets out directives and the free market is used to make it happen.
The government is supposed to only keep the gangsters from infringing on your freedom. They aren't supposed to be "regulating" anything.

People would compete with others by providing better products and services. Unions are cartels. They have the backing of the politicians. That is the problem.
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