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President 17/04/04(Tue)08:01 No. 1599
1599

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Was a real nice internet we had there...once....


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President 17/04/04(Tue)10:26 No. 1603

So the NSA still exists.
The CIA monitoring system still exists.


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President 17/04/05(Wed)02:41 No. 1607

What about Obama's failed promise to cancel the patriot act.
And his NDAA that enhanced the powers of the police and surveillance state.
Do you really think we have any privacy?


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President 17/04/05(Wed)04:10 No. 1609

Or we could mention both google and facebook having cozy intimate connections to the intelligence community.


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President 17/04/06(Thu)00:14 No. 1614

I agree. Thanks Obama. (Not that Don Trump helps us either.)


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President 17/04/06(Thu)00:35 No. 1615

>>1607
>What about Obama's failed promise to cancel the patriot act.
Yeah, if only Presidents could summarily act without that pesky Congress getting in their way.

>And his NDAA
Not to mention that pesky Congress doing things like writing the NDAA


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President 17/04/06(Thu)01:45 No. 1620

>Yeah, if only Presidents could summarily act without that pesky Congress getting in their way.
Name one that hasn't since Nixon.

>Not to mention that pesky Congress doing things like writing the NDAA
And yet, the constitutional 'scholar' O willingly signed it.


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President 17/04/06(Thu)07:39 No. 1629

>>1599
The internet was never good.


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President 17/04/07(Fri)03:52 No. 1630
1630

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>>1629
And sometimes you have to wonder at the incredible things that can happen IRL.


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President 17/04/07(Fri)04:33 No. 1631

>>1620
>nd yet, the constitutional 'scholar' O willingly signed it
i'd be with you there if you actually voted all the bums with a little (R) next to their name out of office for having written and passed it


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President 17/04/07(Fri)08:39 No. 1637
1637

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>nd yet, the constitutional 'scholar' O willingly signed it

Still a fact.

What happened to his transparency?

What happened to his 'magic' pen?

His integrity?

"not a smidgen"


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President 17/04/07(Fri)11:08 No. 1638
1638

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>>1637
>Still a fact.
So? He's no longer president. You appointed Trump in his place. You did absolutely fucking nothing to vote out the congressmen who created the bill that you're so obsessed with.

If you give this much of a shit about it, how about going after the people actually responsible for writing it? Otherwise you're just lying pieces of shit who don't actually care about it and just want a political football to throw around.

Trey Gowdy, is that you?


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President 17/04/08(Sat)05:36 No. 1647

>You did absolutely fucking nothing to vote out the congressmen who created the bill that you're so obsessed with.

We DID vote out the scoundrel who didn't veto it.

With all of his 'advanced' intellect and wisdom.

All he had to do was his JOB.
To defend the Constitution.
To defend the People.

He didn't even TRY to do the right thing.

He didn't even say No.

Coward.


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President 17/04/08(Sat)06:14 No. 1650

>>1647
Just as I thought. This isn't really important to you. You're just another Troll from Olgino.

Grow some balls and get a real job.


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President 17/04/08(Sat)06:25 No. 1653

>just another Troll from Olgino.

Don't look now, but your Alinsky is showing.

Grow some integrity or honor, if you can.

Quit trying to deflect over O's moral and ethical failures.

He's not remotely presidential anymore.


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President 17/04/09(Sun)03:09 No. 1657
1657

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>>1653
Poor baby. You keep talking about Obama, I keep not responding to your bait, and you keep getting more and more upset.

Its not about Obama. Stop talking about Obama. He's gone now. You can give it up. Seek some mental help for your fixation.

But the people in Congress who wrote this bill that you're so upset about are still there. Still writing more bills. Bills that are being rubber-stamped by your anointed successor. Where's your outrage over them? Does the little (R) next to their name make common sense not apply?

You have no outrage except towards a black man who accomplished more in his life than you ever will. You have nothing to stand on except cold brutal rage over your personal incompetence as a man. Just kill yourself and get it over with.


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President 17/04/09(Sun)04:53 No. 1660

We got to hear your glorious sellout messiah whine about the previous administration for eight years.

Suck it up.

He failed.

His 'progressive' policies failed.

Cry waacist if you really really need the feels.

He could have done GOOD things for the WHOLE country.

But he just didn't WANT to do good for US, just for his big banker backers.

And all the morally compromised (d) party had to replace him with was a rancid war-mongering harridan pervert with more corruption issues.

It's not rage, it's a deep sense of disappointment.


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President 17/04/11(Tue)05:51 No. 1670

its
its/
determiner
possesive pronoun: its

belonging to or associated with a thing previously mentioned or easily identified.
"turn the camera on its side"
belonging to or associated with a child or animal of unspecified sex.
"a baby in its mother's womb"

not
nät/
adverb
adverb: not

1.
used with an auxiliary verb or “be” to form the negative.
"he would not say"
used in some constructions with other verbs.
"he has been warned not to touch"
2.
used as a short substitute for a negative clause.
"maybe I'll regret it, but I hope not"
3.
used to express the negative of other words.
"not a single attempt was made"
used with a quantifier to exclude a person or part of a group.
"not all the poems are serious"
less than (used to indicate a surprisingly small quantity).
"the brakes went on not ten feet from him"
4.
used in understatements to suggest that the opposite of a following word or phrase is true.
"the not too distant future"
informalhumorous
following and emphatically negating a statement.
"that sounds like quality entertainment—not"

nounElectronics
noun: not; noun: NOT

1.
a Boolean operator with only one variable that has the value one when the variable is zero and vice versa.
a circuit that produces an output signal only when there is not a signal on its input.
plural noun: nots; noun: not gate; plural noun: not gates

adjectiveArt
adjective: Not; adjective: not

1.
(of paper) not hot-pressed, and having a slightly textured surface.

a·bout
əˈbout/
preposition
preposition: about

1.
on the subject of; concerning.
"I was thinking about you"
synonyms:regarding, concerning, with reference to, referring to, with regard to, with respect to, respecting, relating to, on, touching on, dealing with, relevant to, connected with, in connection with, on the subject of, in the matter of, apropos, re
"a book about needlecraft"
so as to affect.
"there's nothing we can do about it"
2.
used to indicate movement within a particular area.
"she looked about the room"
synonyms:around, round, throughout, over, through, on every side of
"two hundred people were milling about the room"
3.
used to express location in a particular place.
"rugs strewn about the hall"
synonyms:around, in circulation, in existence, current, going on, prevailing, prevalent, happening, in the air, abroad
"there's a lot of gossip about"
used to describe a quality apparent in a person.
"there was a look about her that said everything"

adverb
adverb: about

1.
used to indicate movement in an area.
"men were floundering about"
synonyms:around, here and there, to and fro, back and forth, from place to place, hither and thither, in all directions
"there were babies crawling about in the grass"
2.
used to express location in a particular place.
"there was a lot of flu about"
synonyms:near, nearby, around, hereabouts, not far (off/away), close by, in the vicinity, in the neighborhood
"I knew he was somewhere about"

Obama
Barack Hussein Obama II (US Listeni/bəˈrɑːk huːˈseɪn oʊˈbɑːmə/ bə-RAHK hoo-SAYN oh-BAH-mə;[1][2] born August 4, 1961) is an American politician who served as the 44th President of the United States from 2009 to 2017. He is the first African American to have served as president, as well as the first born outside the contiguous United States.


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President 17/04/11(Tue)06:10 No. 1671

triggered


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President 17/04/11(Tue)10:31 No. 1674

>>1671
>writes multiple long-ass diatribes about some random black man he loves to hate
>pastes 4 searches on Google in response
>triggered
Your parents must be so proud of you.

Keep reading Breitbart. You're certainly not lambs being led to the slaughter.


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President 17/04/12(Wed)01:34 No. 1678
1678

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Sorry, I still don't hate the pitiful messianic figurehead of the failed previous regime.

No matter how many times you play your pathetic race cards.


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President 17/04/13(Thu)02:03 No. 1682
1682

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>>1674


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President 17/04/13(Thu)02:04 No. 1683
1683

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President 17/04/13(Thu)02:05 No. 1684
1684

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President 17/04/14(Fri)06:19 No. 1695
1695

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remember dial-up?


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President 17/04/15(Sat)07:02 No. 1707

>>1695
EEEEEEEEEEEEEERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRREEEEEEEEEERRRRRRRRRREEEEEEEEERRRRRRRRERRRRRRRRREEERRRKSSHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHP


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President 17/04/15(Sat)08:15 No. 1708

remember when the file you were downloading hit 92% and then you lost your connection?


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President 17/04/16(Sun)14:17 No. 1711

>>1708
I remember periodic text corruption and failed downloads after the FBI put a tap on my line.


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President 17/04/22(Sat)07:04 No. 1727
1727

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>>1678
>don't hate
>>1674
>writes multiple long-ass diatribes
Because the blood-tinged spittle that covered your display after writing those posts were created in a cold and emotionless environment.

Trump won, get over it.


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President 17/04/26(Wed)16:57 No. 1741

>>1727
>half the size of ten times
And dropped.


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President 17/04/27(Thu)10:12 No. 1745
1745

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>>1741
Either he had a heart attack or the grandkids took his computer away.


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President 17/05/02(Tue)23:40 No. 1762

The way thing are going today, maybe some well-meaning grandparent took the phone away from a stupid useless snowflake grandkid.


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President 17/05/03(Wed)05:09 No. 1763

>>1762
Because when you think of people who would send massive chain hoax emails, grandkids are the first people who come to mind.


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President 17/05/03(Wed)05:51 No. 1765

Every generation has it's own sins and stupidities. Why quarrel?


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President 17/05/20(Sat)07:43 No. 1790

>>1609

google, twitter, reddit, and facebook ARE the largest intelligence gathering system, and they are voluntarily filled with more data than the governent would have dreamed possible 20 years ago.


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President 17/05/20(Sat)14:30 No. 1791

>>1790
The only winning move is not to play.



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