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Government spying

August 6, 2013 - Blaine Hyska
Some people in this country are unconcerned with government spying.

“That’s just silly,” they’ll say when questioned about eavesdropping by the National Security Agency. Their innocence is so cute. They’ll do anything anyone in government says.

Remember, the government has our phone, e-mail, internet records, and also tracks when and where we drive. Do you believe this information will only be used for legitimate purposes?

If it’s such a good thing, why is it being done in secret?

Sometimes, it only takes a Hollywood smile and a slick script to fleece a flock.

The fact is, cyber-terrorist attacks are routine occurrences in Washington. Good-for-nothing scumbuckets are constantly trying to crack U.S. firewalls.

How long do you think it will be before someone in Iran, Yemen or North Korea is downloading your file? It sure is great that the government already has it compiled for them.

By the way, I have more than $400 million I desperately need to stash in a new bank. Just send me your account numbers, and I’ll gladly give you 20 percent.

Honest.

 
 
 

 

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