[ExI] blue screen = hard disk crash?

Mirco Romanato painlord2k at libero.it
Tue Jul 1 21:01:01 UTC 2014

Il 01/07/2014 19:54, Dave Sill ha scritto:
> On Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 5:35 PM, spike <spike66 at att.net
> <mailto:spike66 at att.net>> wrote:
>     Here’s where I would go with the comparisons: both Bush and Obama
>     expanded executive branch powers.  This makes me nervous since the
>     16 amendment is written in such a way as to be very open-ended.  The
>     constitution was carefully designed with checks and balances on
>     government power in place, but the IRS is an example of a
>     bureaucracy not bound by the rules and regulations which apply to
>     criminal cases.  For instance, if you are arrested, you are presumed
>     innocent.  The IRS does not presume you innocent.  If they come
>     after you, it is your job to prove your innocence, rather than their
>     job to prove your guilt.  They get to decide if your evidence is
>     sufficient to prove your innocence.  They are both the prosecutor
>     and the judge.  Good luck.
> Clearly the system the founders designed is broken. It was a good
> effort, but I don't think what they tried to achieve is possible. At
> least we've identified one more way not to achieve it.

The system failing now it is a bit different from the system they 
designed. Amendments were done and not all were wise.
I would suggest to repel them like Prohibition ism were repealed.

>     ____
>     Next, consider the EPA, the CIA, the NSA, and fill in the blank with
>     as much alphabet soup as you want.  The NSA doesn’t bother with all
>     those messy constitutional restrictions on their power.  (Hi NSA guy
>     reading our email!)  These bureaucracies form a shadow government
>     which has a lot more power in some important ways than the actual
>     government, and it all answers to the executive branch.
> Does it? J. Edgar had enough dirt on everyone that he didn't really have
> to answer to anyone. You think the spooks don't have even more dirt on
> Obama?

I suppose the Birth Certificate is enough.
But probably his University documents are damning, also.


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