Chairman Pat Roberts, Republican of Kansas, criticized those who questioned the program despite the ongoing threat of a terrorist attack, saying ''you really don't have any civil liberties if you're dead."
It is time for New Hampshire to change it listen plates. I guess we also need to change "don't tread on me" to "boot marks is the new black."
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