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December 05, 2012
Um, not like I want to get behind RT but this guy they are interviewing is a legit previous NSA employee and whistle blower. There are other whistle blowers also. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trailblazer_Project#Whistleblowing
You think they have anything on Fast and Furious?
This story is BS. The NSA is far too busy with the rest of the world and only checks international communications that are suspicious.
Also, of course the government is monitoring communications (particularly transcontinental communications) and has been doing it for decades. Nothing new here.
Rated up for the story's dual-use as a lullaby and toilet paper (if printed out).
"...in an interview with RT"
Alzheimer's is right. How many times have I told folks that "RT" is Russian Times and while it may not be the Cold War anymore, in the recent "We worship Putin" years it still is pretty much intent on denigrating the United States. Stop posting this crap. Obviously there are too many gullible people on PL to deal with it. You don't like that I said that? Tough--stop falling for this crap.
This is great for people with Alzheimers! When you forget where you are or what you just did, call the NSA and have them tell you...
If their going to spy, why not pay for my internet? Oh, I better put on some clothes. lol
The Patriot Act in the "RIGHT HANDS FOR THE RIGHT REASON WAS SHAKY ENOUGH , NOW IN THE WRONG HANDS IT IS DISASTROUS TO EVERY AMERICAN CITIZEN". Obviously not a problem because the people re-elected the mis-trusted and don't care !
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