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Journal fustakrakich's Journal: Comedy Central called: 9

"These charges send a clear message... In the United States, you can't spy on people."

"The American people have the right to assume that their private documents will remain private and won't be collected by someone in the government for his own purposes."

"Only by bringing Mr. Snowden to justice can we safeguard the most precious of American rights: privacy"...

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  • by Qzukk ( 229616 )

    The Newspeak is strong with this one.

    Why not just say it would be better to let the NSA keep all your documents private for you, we can't trust you to do it for yourself when there are people like Snowden reading them.

  • Man, if Romney had won in November, these recent revelations would truly be a CAT 5 crap storm.
    As it is, we have a 5 cat crap storm, but that can be safely ignored with just a little media grease.
    Toss the coin, and exhume the appropriate Republican effigy for renewed abuse.
    • I don't get it. Are you saying that Romney would have provided better cabling?

    • Yes, isn't it wonderful? It just goes to show that if you want the job done right, with little fuss, you call the democrats. Your boys got what they wanted and we didn't have to carry Romney's baggage around for four years. A true win for everybody, and proof that you don't need to be concerned about your Ds and Rs. They're on your side.

      • The only way to increase the perversion of that comment would have been for you to demand I pay you for it.
        • What ever are you talking about? Ever since 2009, I can't get this [] out of my head. You are part of the biggest, most beautiful empire ever built by man. Social status remains intact. Indeed you should rejoice. The world is your oyster. Crack the shell, and slurp it up.... Yum!

Our business in life is not to succeed but to continue to fail in high spirits. -- Robert Louis Stevenson