Big Brother is watching

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I want to see terrorism fought as much as anyone, but where do we draw the line when it comes to our personal privacy.
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if you have not heard here's what's on tap from the w.h.! feds have authority to put a gps on your vehicle at any time anywhere - no warrant needed!! lot's more but here's the biggie!! in afghanistan defense has xray trucks and xray suvs that drive by and can see into homes and everything else!!-- w.h. has 5000 ordered that will criss-cross america and take a peek right into homes - businesses -and you name it - what else!!---we wanted hope and change!! we got it!!
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You people voted for it and now you've got it. Like the Change?

White House Adds New Position to Deal with Unfavorable Online Media
By Chris O'Shea on May 23, 2011 2:32 PM
http://www.mediabistro.com/fishbowlny/white-h...
"The White House has named Jesse Lee to a new position within its communications department titled Director of Progressive Media & Online Response. According to The Huffington Post, Lee will essentially be responsible for building up Obama’s online presence as he prepares for his reelection bid, and squashing any negative stories:

"The post is a new one for this White House. Rapid response has usually been outsourced to the Democratic National Committee (DNC), if not done on an ad-hoc basis by administration officials. And it signals that the White House will be adopting a more aggressive defense of the president and his policies as his re-election campaign gears up.

"If you’re going to post something online about Obama that isn’t true, Lee is going to be the one to handle you. Considering that Lee’s first tweet about his new position included a picture of The Terminator, we suggest you watch what you say OR BE DESTROYED."

Senate debates president’s power during cyber-attack
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2011/may/...

Feds Seize 8 More Domains in Piracy Crackdown
By David Kravets May 23, 2011 | 5:33 pm
http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2011/05/eigh...
"The seizures, first reported by TorrentFreak, came as Congress is mulling dramatically increasing the government’s legal power to disrupt and shutter websites “dedicated to infringing activities.”

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