Highly PO’d, Dianne Feinstein Starts Mudslinging

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  1. Dave says:

    It is amazing how people who previously disregarded the constitution are now cloaking themselves in it. It is also interesting to note that Barry isn’t standing up the victims. Which really isn’t unusual since he never has in the past. It goes to show just how contemptuous he is of all of us e.g. Americans


  2. William Barnes says:

    Feinstein has along with congress and Obama broken many laws. This is the pot calling the kettle black. We need to get rid of the Gestaple agenceys in this country. And put honest people in congress and the white house who will do what the majority of the US citizens want done,not what the congress and Obama want. They are suppose to be working for us not themselves.


  3. Wolfgang says:

    Sunday, March 16, 2014

    Imagine….my confusion, while the smut swirls around the jilted CIA and Dianne, you have to shake your head in wonder! Wondering why Mrs. Feinstein objects so fervently to the notions of the CIA peering up the computer skirts of so called Intelligence Committee Staff members. After all, she didn’t seem fazed with the knowledge that, the CIA, Homeland Security and their operatives have been looking up the skirts and down the blouses of our personal and business cell phones and computers for years. Ooh-well there is an old quote from Shakespeare, “The Lady doth protest too much, methinks” and another by Oscar Wilde, “we are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars” methinks, more befitting Mrs. Feinstein’s outrage. Ain’t life grand in Pixie Hollow? WFR


  4. Matt E. says:

    Oh Diane Feinstein, surely they were only after meta data. For the purpose if anti-terrorism in those post 9-11 world. If you don’t have anything to hide, what are you worried about?


  5. John Swanson says:

    Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

    — William Shakespeare

    Perhaps the senator and her husband should prepare for an audit by the IRS.


  6. swegweiser says:

    Brennan is full of crap and his answer was evasive and insulting. The man is up to his jock strap in the terrible activities of which his agency is accused. He needs to be sacked now and maybe investigated for criminal acts.


  7. Mike Knowlton says:

    Diane Feinstein on the side of the good guys? This is scaring me, but she is definitely standing tall on this one. Is she setting me (and others) up for some future shenanigans? I don’t know and will remain cautious where she is concerned, but CIA needs some kind of oversight, preferably by someone with ethics and good sense. Oops, looking at her history, we may have just ruled out Ms. F.


  8. Jean says:

    Ms. Feinstein is griping about Constitutional abuse by the CIA, yet lets Obama skate .


  9. Greg Smith says:

    How could Feinstein possibly be more hypocritical?
    For her to whine about being in the CIA’s crosshairs while maintaining that it is perfectly acceptable for the entire population’s private email and phone calls to be tapped, recorded and stored forever borders on the ridiculous. Oh well, just more of the typical thinking that Congress is exempt from many of the restraints placed upon the average citizen: social security, Obamacare, etc.


  10. RickC says:

    I have absolutely no sympathy for Feinstein. Funny how she can get so pissed when she perceives that another agency has violated The Constutution but has no problem violating The Constitution with her anti-2nd Amendment agenda against We The People. This is so typical of the holier than thou pompous ***es that rein over us lowly peasants. What a hypocrit.


  11. ONTIME says:

    Di Fi is barking up the wrong tree by blathering about the CIA while she allows the NSA to evesdrop on the rest of us, as though none of this applies to her and the rest of the overcompensated Congress and all other government officials. This “they and us’ mentality is not going to fly, the rule of law applies to all not lords and peons as our elitist government leadership implies….


  12. Jeffrey Barker says:

    Oh, please, Feinstein had no trouble what so ever on spying on the American people, especially conservatives. Now she’s whining because she is getting a taste of her own parties medicine? Hey Feinstein, Like you and other members of your party have told us. If you haven’t done anything wrong, you should not have a problem with being spied upon. After all, it’s in the nations best interest.


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