Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Show-Me Sen. McCaskill Support For Spying

Missouri Democratic Party Lady helps this bi-partisan effort against privacy . . . Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) also showed up after 7 p.m. and voted "yes," giving leadership their 60th vote.

Read more:

NSA spying program overcomes key Senate hurdle

The Senate narrowly voted to begin winding down debate over legislation renewing government surveillance powers, defeating a filibuster by privacy hawks. Senators voted 60-38 to wrap up debate on the legislation, which cleared the House last week and extends the surveillance program with only a few small changes.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

This bitch needs to lose this years election.
She's been screwing the working man/woman for way too long.

She's also part of the group that wants to shut down the government to keep 800,000 illegal immigrants in the country.

Anonymous said...

Whatever. She's one of the less bad ones as they all suck these days.

But the truth is, if she would have voted "NO" on the un-constitutional spying on Americans, you wingnuts would have criticized her for "being soft on terror". So you all want it both ways.

She's up for re-election and the GOP would have used it against her.

Anonymous said...

But, but, but... It's for the children!

Anonymous said...

where's the article about
criminal frank white 2day ?

Anonymous said...

If you think the Russians are our enemy just take a blogging break and go read the shit FISA allows against U.S. citizens.