Discussion in 'What's On Your Mind?' started by KrazyKat, Jun 10, 2013.
NSA can kiss my grits!
The owners/editors will be among the first "users" of the guillotine when the revolution comes.
‘Free Snowden ... Arrest Obama,’ chant NSA leaker’s outraged supporters in protest outside Hong Kong’s U.S. Consulate
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/free-snowden-arrest-obama-chant-protestors-hong-kong-u-s-consulate-article-1.1373646
A supposed privacy minded search engine is getting some attention. If interested check out:
And https://ixquick.com/ and related https://startpage.com/
Sunday blather about how blanket surveillance has thwarted plots...blah blah blah.
Great online comment: "I am sure if they locked every citizen up they could prevent even more."
The last sentence in the first paragraph makes no sense to me.
Ahemmm! <*cough,sputter*> NOTHING that Obama-lama-ding-dong says makes any sense to me!
I don't recall anyone asking me to make a "decision" about going through airport security. I either submit or I don't fly.
The latest buzz has Washington's resident Obamanation calling NSA spying "transparent".
Can you say "delusional"?
And then there's the NYPD commissioner: 'NSA should come clean about domestic spying': Ray Kelly
Can you say "hypocrite"? After Ray Kelly comes clean about his own domestic surveillance network and countless police abuses, we can start to make some progress.
Business occurs at the speed of trust. Due to the NSA's criminal activities, trust is at an all time low. The economic consequences of lost trust will be significant.
Looks like Kelly has an ulterior motive -- apparently the Justice Dept. is moving to place the NYPD in receivership under a federal monitor.
Yep. But it's always fun to watch the sharks feed on each other.
This only happens when the shark tank is stocked incorrectly.
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