Senate rejects restrictions on surveillance powers. Are you still going to vote for one of those scumbags?

The Senate rejected a series of amendments that would have restricted the government’s surveillance powers and eliminated immunity for the phone carriers, and it voted in convincing fashion — 69 to 29 — to end debate and bring the issue to a final vote. That vote is expected later this afternoon, with the result all but assured. On the vote to end debate, 28 Democrats and Senator Bernie Sanders, independent of Vermont, opposed the measure. Senators Hillary Rodham Clinton and Lindsey Graham did not vote.

Hillary Clinton did not vote, eh? Go away, Hillary. I hope you lose big time and never come back. She’s a corporate slug in disguise.

I don’t know what Obama did at this time.

Stand up for yourself and everyone else by not voting for any Democrats or Republicans in November. They have betrayed our trust in so many other ways as well. All they care about is their power. Cushy jobs they have.


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