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Comment: Re:Militia, then vs now (Score 1) 1418

by Jeremiah Cornelius (#46782791) Attached to: Retired SCOTUS Justice Wants To 'Fix' the Second Amendment

The US president is a Spokesmodel.

The last vestiges of Presidential authority as actual executive were blown out of JFK's skull, 50 years ago. The real rulers have allowed the cosmetic changes of politics, without substantial challenge to policy or imperative.

That's why you can argue successfully to let fags into the imperial legions, but not if such legions should be withdrawn from the globe and disbanded.

False conservatism, false progressive/liberalism. Everybody in the US takes a hot shower and drives to the mall, on the burnt bodies and broken future of a million dead babies - hidden in Congo and Yemen and Indonesia and...

Comment: Re:wouldn't matter if it weren't canned (Score 1) 301

Don't forget about all the Bush admin people that lied us into the Iraq war. Lots of those folks were the ones that STARTED all these surveillance programs.

You have the same government that you started this century with.

They just changed spokesmodels - while you felt like you had a say in the matter... Your coup happened in many stages, over many decades - but defining moments happened with the Truman/Eisenhower/Kennedy years - with a decisive event in Nov 1963...

Comment: Re:wouldn't matter if it weren't canned (Score 1, Insightful) 301

Putin is under no compunction to tell the truth. And there's no reason to expect he would.

Obama is under no compunction to tell the truth. And there's no reason to expect he would.

Hillary is under no compunction to tell the truth. And there's no reason to expect she would.

Kerry is under no compunction to tell the truth. And there's no reason to expect he would.

Comment: Re:Advocates and Proponents only? (Score 1) 132

by Albanach (#46775229) Attached to: Industry-Wide Smartphone "Kill Switch" Closer To Reality

Is it really that difficult to come up with a chip of write once memory, so that when the IMEI is programmed it can never be altered? Better still if it could be incorporated into the CPU or a similar part that would be unfeasibly difficult to remove. Is there any good reason that the IMEI can be reprogrammed?

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