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Bush Tracking Financial Records

Should President Bush be tracking financial transactions of potential terrorists?

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 ---Alan on 6/26/06
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NurseRobert, have you tuned in to The End of America Letter To A Young Patriot on YouTube yet? If you Google it, I think you'll find it quite interesting. To answer the original question, no I do not. There is a difference between a "potential" terrorist and an actual, "known" terrorist.
---AlwaysOn on 12/6/07


YES, YES, YES He should do everything in his power to track potential terriorist.
---shira on 12/5/07

And where does it stop, shira? When he comes after you? Your church? Your Pastor? Your family??

We have laws in this country for a reason, you don't get to arbitrarily change the rules because they don't suit you.
---NurseRobert on 12/6/07


YES, YES, YES He should do everything in his power to track potential terriorist.
---shira on 12/5/07


Consider this, we reside in the greatest nation ever known to the world. This nation came about because a few people about 15% of the colonists at the time disobeyed King George. I for 1 am very thankful that they chose to disobey those in authority. The divine right of Kings does not live in America!!!!!!!
---mima on 7/6/06


Shira, you sound like you want to live in a communist country!!
---tc on 7/1/06




Jack ... is not the Muslim sect "Shia"?
---alan on 6/30/06


Shari, you said "just as we are not to question the authority of our Lord's word we are not to question the authority or decisions our President makes."

Where did that come from? Are you insinuating that the President is at the same level as God?? We have not only the right, but the obligation to question the President in what he does.

You are living in a dream world.
---NurseRobert on 6/30/06


John and Shari: The president is not the boss, nor is he my authority. He works for me, everyone else, except the military. He is a public servant. Just as Congress is not my authority, neither is he.

We should pray for him, but he is not above the law, though he has tried to act as if he is.

Today, the Supreme Court ruled that he could not order military tribunals on the Iraqi who worked for Saddam Hussein. They said it was against the laws of America and the Geneva Convention.
---Madison1101 on 6/29/06


Coming from you, Shira, I will take it as a compliment.
---Jack on 6/29/06


The word of God tells us to pray for all those in a position of authority and that all are to obey the governing authorities. Many ave forgotten that we are to be part of a kingdom and just as we are not to question the authority of our Lord's word we are not to question the authority or decisions our President makes. Like it or not; agreeing or not. This democracy we live in has taken away people's fear of kings and all in authority.
---Shari on 6/27/06




He's the boss. If you got nothing to hide you got nothing to be worried about. If you got something to hide it will be found.
---john on 6/27/06


Jack, from your own words you seem like an arrogant, self centered, hard to get along-with person.
---shira on 6/27/06


Jack, you can bet your loony I am not associated with the muslim in any way. My name came from ChristiaNet. Are they muslim????? I think not. No one has told me but from viewing their post, they are baptist, praise God.
---shira on 6/27/06


Hmmmmm.. isn't "shira" the name of a Muslim sect?
---Jack on 6/26/06


As long as he gets the court ordered warrants and does it legally, he can track whatever he darn well pleases.
---Madison1101 on 6/26/06


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