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Posted: Jun 20, 2013 - 6:46am

WASHINGTON - Department of Defense employees working in the Intelligence community will likely avoid furloughs, an Intelligence official said in a statement released late Tuesday.

 In the statement, Director of Intelligence James Clapper said, "as DNI, I have a responsibility to preserve our ability to deliver the most insightful intelligence possible. "   -wtop. com

  Here's looking at you kid.
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Posted: Jun 19, 2013 - 2:04pm

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 I'm not sure anybody really knows what's going on right now. Not even the people doing the surveilling. Seriously. I think there are a lot of headless chickens running around in the name of 'security'.

Which doesn't make it any less dangerous.

 

As good a take on this as anyone else's.  The part that concerns me the most is that everyone testifying or speaking up within the gubmit keeps saying that we have plenty of oversight to keep everything kosher.

Well avfter spending much of the past month watching the many hearings on many matters, I keep hearing either outright lies, I dunno or they're just a couple of rouge agents acting alone in response to questions that are representitive of this so called oversight.  And in special cases, the 5th.

It seems that the only reasons we are hearing about anything that is going wrong in gubmit is because of whistle blowers.  Oversight is the gubmit pc joke du jour.  Its as meaningless as all those promises of transparency. 

We the People are being laughed at by everyone in our gubmit as the stupidest citizens on this planet.  It is so obvious that our stupidity is being taken for granted by simply watching and listening to all these hearings. 

I gave the least untruthful answer. 
Oh really ?  How refreshing.  How reassuring.
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Posted: Jun 18, 2013 - 9:26am

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And you wonder why your logo for the TSA was rejected.
 
I know, right? They canned the one that featured exam gloves too. There's just no pleasing those people.
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Posted: Jun 18, 2013 - 9:16am

 cc_rider wrote:
 I'm not sure anybody really knows what's going on right now. Not even the people doing the surveilling. Seriously. I think there are a lot of headless chickens running around in the name of 'security'.

Which doesn't make it any less dangerous.

 
And you wonder why your logo for the TSA was rejected.
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Posted: Jun 18, 2013 - 9:13am

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I feel like I'm back in the 60's with all the lying during Viet Nam (I gave the least untruthful answer) and we just had the Pentagon Papers dumped into the open.

My mindset back then was that I will fight for my country but not my government.  Once again the gubmit has clearly been shown to be our enemy.

It sure as hell does not take a genius to figure out what is going on right now.

It was either Holder or Obama who said that we have become a nation of cowards.

And in my humble opinion, those who deny the reality of all this are cowards.
(and I am not calling out anyone here.  I want to be clear about that.  This is where my mind is at in general)

Turn the lights on, brighter than since the 60's.  Cowards and cockroaches both react the same way when the light shines.

Regardless of what it costs the US in our so called national security, to me Snowden is a real hero.  An act of Civil Disobedience and paradigm shifter. 

On this day it makes me consider my father and his and his on so on back to the one who first set ashore on this continent some 367 years ago.  The Constitution means something to me and it is the brightest torch we have to use and it is worth defending and preserving.  If the Constitution scares you, then this is not your country.  The Bill of Rights is facing its biggest attack ever.  And this NSA stuff is all about the 4th Amendment.

Like the 60's, I will not go quietly into the night.

Live Free or Die.

Drill for peace.

{#Meditate}

  I'm not sure anybody really knows what's going on right now. Not even the people doing the surveilling. Seriously. I think there are a lot of headless chickens running around in the name of 'security'.

Which doesn't make it any less dangerous.


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Posted: Jun 16, 2013 - 1:43pm


GCHQ intercepted foreign politicians' communications at G20 summits
Exclusive: phones were monitored and fake internet cafes set up to gather information from allies in London in 2009

Head of Senate anti-terror committee unaware of metadata spying program - The Globe and Mail


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Posted: Jun 16, 2013 - 9:04am

I feel like I'm back in the 60's with all the lying during Viet Nam (I gave the least untruthful answer) and we just had the Pentagon Papers dumped into the open.

My mindset back then was that I will fight for my country but not my government.  Once again the gubmit has clearly been shown to be our enemy.

It sure as hell does not take a genius to figure out what is going on right now.

It was either Holder or Obama who said that we have become a nation of cowards.

And in my humble opinion, those who deny the reality of all this are cowards.
(and I am not calling out anyone here.  I want to be clear about that.  This is where my mind is at in general)

Turn the lights on, brighter than since the 60's.  Cowards and cockroaches both react the same way when the light shines.

Regardless of what it costs the US in our so called national security, to me Snowden is a real hero.  An act of Civil Disobedience and paradigm shifter. 

On this day it makes me consider my father and his and his on so on back to the one who first set ashore on this continent some 367 years ago.  The Constitution means something to me and it is the brightest torch we have to use and it is worth defending and preserving.  If the Constitution scares you, then this is not your country.  The Bill of Rights is facing its biggest attack ever.  And this NSA stuff is all about the 4th Amendment.

Like the 60's, I will not go quietly into the night.

Live Free or Die.

Drill for peace.

{#Meditate}


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Posted: Jun 16, 2013 - 8:13am

Guardian columnist Glenn Greenwald is now talking much more eloquently than I about the irritation of the hypocrisy of the progressive pundits who have done a complete 180 defending the same terrorists security policies that they were screaming about just 5 years ago.{#Rolleyes}
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Posted: Jun 16, 2013 - 4:38am

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Shhhhh! I f they know you're up they'll make you make breakfast.  {#Lol}

 
It's done, as am I once I get Pops back to sleep, then it's my turn. Since I can't feel anything in either hand, I guess I'll have to stop them with black magic.

 I hate when I have to do that, it's very taxing.


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Posted: Jun 16, 2013 - 1:16am

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What's keeping me up is Pops bowel reaction to the Generals Tso shrimp.{#Lol}

 Keep telling the truth dude,eventually even the most foolish will realize what's going on.

Geez,I miss sleep.Now I've given up any hope of getting any before Pops breakfast,but after that I'm going to blow off Sunday baseball and try to cure this exhaustion issue.

 Thanks for being honest and speaking the truth.

 
Shhhhh! I f they know you're up they'll make you make breakfast.  {#Lol}
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Posted: Jun 16, 2013 - 1:05am

 kurtster wrote:

I guess I'm taking one for the team tonight.   C2C is gonna keep me up tonight and piss me off.

Enjoy on your favorite I ♥ Radio outlet.

tonight's show
1am - 5am ET
10pm - 2am PT
 
 
Sat 06-15

Hours 2, 3 and 4, Former IRS Special Agent Joe Banister joins John B. Wells to discuss the recent IRS scandal, and why he's spoken out against the fraudulent administration and enforcement of the federal income tax ever since being fired after confronting top IRS officials. In the first hour, political commentator Malcolm Out Loud will react to the NSA spying revelations.



 
What's keeping me up is Pops bowel reaction to the Generals Tso shrimp. {#Lol}

 Keep telling the truth dude, eventually even the most foolish will realize what's going on.

Geez, I miss sleep. Now I've given up any hope of getting any before Pops breakfast, but after that I'm going to blow off Sunday baseball and try to cure this exhaustion issue.

 Thanks for being honest and speaking the truth.
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Posted: Jun 15, 2013 - 8:31pm

 bokey wrote:

{#High-five}  Please don't croak dude.The world needs people like you.

 
I guess I'm taking one for the team tonight.  C2C is gonna keep me up tonight and piss me off.

Enjoy on your favorite I ♥ Radio outlet.

tonight's show
1am - 5am ET
10pm - 2am PT
 
 
Sat 06-15

Hours 2, 3 and 4, Former IRS Special Agent Joe Banister joins John B. Wells to discuss the recent IRS scandal, and why he's spoken out against the fraudulent administration and enforcement of the federal income tax ever since being fired after confronting top IRS officials. In the first hour, political commentator Malcolm Out Loud will react to the NSA spying revelations.


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Posted: Jun 15, 2013 - 7:31pm

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This is simply Effing disgusting.   WTF are we paying these bastids for anyway ?

And all the rest, especially the depiction of the Sheeples who too many deny exist.

Happy chemtrails . . . y'all

C2C ought to be really interesting tonight.

 
{#High-five}  Please don't croak dude. The world needs people like you.
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Posted: Jun 15, 2013 - 6:58pm

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This is simply Effing disgusting.  WTF are we paying these bastids for anyway ?

And all the rest, especially the depiction of the Sheeples who too many deny exist.

Happy chemtrails ... y'all

C2C ought to be really interesting tonight.
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Posted: Jun 15, 2013 - 6:34pm


NSA admits listening to U.S. phone calls without warrants | Politics and Law - CNET News

PRISM part of a much larger government surveillance program

53 Senators Skipped A Classified Briefing On NSA Snooping
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Posted: Jun 14, 2013 - 4:11pm

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Flexible?  I'd say a good judge of character, but we've agreed in the past as well so... how about enigmatic?

 
Thank you sir! And I wasn't even fishing for a compliment. However I have never been one to shun them, that would be downright inhospitable.{#Lol}{#Cheers}


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Posted: Jun 14, 2013 - 3:26pm

 sirdroseph wrote:
Perhaps you can help label me so others will feel more comfortable.{#Wink} (...)

Here you go: {#Wink}


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Posted: Jun 14, 2013 - 2:55pm

 sirdroseph wrote:
Perhaps you can help label me so others will feel more comfortable.{#Wink} I seem to agree with most of yours and maybe Miamizsuns positions the most. Ready for loaded question; what does that make me?{#Eek}

 
Flexible?  I'd say a good judge of character, but we've agreed in the past as well so... how about enigmatic?
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Posted: Jun 14, 2013 - 2:53pm

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Wow, you are working overtime trying to see some praise for the Republicans in what I wrote.  Perhaps I can be more clear: the Republican party has been petty, obstructionists and downright mean not to mention on the wrong side of most social and civil rights issues for the past 50 years or more which is why even though I voted for a couple of Republican presidents over the years, I have never voted for a Republican senator or representative and have never considered myself a Republican. Quite frankly because of their untenable social issue positions, I have completely written them off for the most part for some time. I explained quite clearly why I thought they (progressives) were more hypocritical and more unforgivable imo.  However as Richard pointed out semantically and technically it is incorrect because hypocrisy is hypocrisy.  Now the unforgivable is my personal opinion and I have quite clearly explained why that is.  If you want to think that I am somehow choosing sides in this horrible display of partisan politics from the 2 loser parties, you go right ahead if it makes you feel better.  I am merely expressing why I feel the way I do, whether you think it is because I am some kind of closet Republican or not does not change my feelings on this subject instead makes me wonder why it is so important for you to find that somewhere and what you are even trying to argue.{#Stupid}

 
Let me clarify as well. I do think you align with the Republicans and it colored your original statement. I don't think it means you are a Republican or a proponent of their policies. Likewise I align with the Democrats on most social issues, but I don't think I am a Democrat, just that I lean that direction. I wasn't trying to argue this particular topic, just pointing out that it seemed somehow hypocritical to be more disgusted by they obvious hypocrisy of one side vs. the obvious hypocrisy of the other.  
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Posted: Jun 14, 2013 - 2:47pm

 RichardPrins wrote:
The Demonization Machine Cranks Up Against Edward Snowden

It certainly has been amusing (and a bit unexpected from some individuals) to see how (viciously) some people have reacted (which in my case is based primarily on FB and some of the news I have read).

And since the ever-so-delicious topic of hypocrisy came up:

American exceptionalism, seen through the prism of American blunders | Ian Bremmer

  Perhaps you can help label me so others will feel more comfortable.{#Wink} I seem to agree with most of yours and maybe Miamizsuns positions the most. Ready for loaded question; what does that make me?{#Eek}


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