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By Jon, June 8, 2009 at 12:59 am Link to this comment
Why we don’t put NSA out of business is beyond me. They spend more time spying on American citizens than on keeping the country safe. They totally blew the 911 situation, but are totally into reading grandma’s emails to her kids in Europe and putting her and them into a database and the no fly list. NSA’s lack of discipline and voyeuristic data collection and listening is illegal, although probably not in China. (waving: “hi NSA!!”)
By WykydRed, June 4, 2009 at 5:32 pm Link to this comment
Oh hell. I hurt myself laughing so hard! Nice one again, Mr. Fish!!!
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