Sunday, June 16, 2013

Sure, This from A Guy Who Can't Open His Own Mail Because Of Death Threats

Get back to work you fucking peasants.


(Reuters) - President Barack Obama does not believe the recently disclosed top-secret National Security Agency surveillance of phone records and Internet data has violated Americans' privacy rights, his chief of staff said on Sunday.


Really?

So I am hearing that you think it is perfectly normal to snag every single bit of communication from every single citizen of this nation and we should all just turn our heads an cough.

Fuck You.

Asked whether Obama feels he has violated the privacy of Americans, McDonough said, "He does not."

It takes a special kind of sociopath to look you in the eye while he has his finger up your ass and tell you that he doesn't think he is violating your privacy.

I wonder just what it would take to get to his threshold of the definition of privacy then.

I can say with some certainty that in my personal feelings, that line has been crossed with hob nail boots.

Fuckers.

Obviously the Supreme Court is going to roll over on this, you can see that coming a mile away, they have become rubber stamps for whatever the current administration wants when it comes to violating our Constitutional rights,even if they have to twist themselves into pretzels to accomplish it.

I can aslo say with some certainty that this issue has legs and it isn't going away any time soon.

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