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Tuesday, June 11, 2013


The NSA is trying to reassure everyone that the huge amount of data they collected, which they say is only used if required, will not be abused and we should trust them with their task.

Meanwhile, a government employee spilled the beans, told the world how he had the power to observe anything electronic he wished, and the data collection is expanding daily.

How safe do you think it really is? How can we trust the government to not abuse our privacy?

I don't know about you, but the events over the last few days convinced me our government is out of control and our elected leaders are doing damn near nothing to protect the Constitution.

1 comment:

  1. They use the Constitution and the Bill of Rights like a flimsy Kleenex, blatantly blowing their nose on it and ripping it to shreds when it's in their way, and then when they get caught with snot on their face they try desperately to use it to hide themselves.

    It's not the shock that this stuff happens, it's not the betrayal of trust, it's not even the violation of rights that really get me riled up, it's the mortifyingly obscene, shameless hypocrisy. Honor does not exist in government.