Tuesday, February 28, 2012

So, let me get this straight ...

You want to be able to listen in on the phone conversations and snoop on the internet activities of any Canadian without the constitutional protection of a warrant.

You then try to paint Canadians as "child-pornographers" if they offer any resistance to US-style state-sponsored techno-snooping.

You get noticed. You offer a non-apology and then suggest that you don't even know the contents of your own bill. At the same time you try to offer assurances that your government would never abuse the constitutional rights of Canadians through the use of the technology you intend to deploy.

Yet, when you get your hands on election technology, you appear to have immediately abused it by violating the constitutional rights of Canadians.

You are not to be trusted.


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