December 20, 2005


BLISTERED by a backlash over a secret eavesdropping program, President Bush yesterday said it had prevented terror attacks, was not an abuse of his power and would continue. In a vigorous counter-attack, he also accused America’s most respected newspaper of helping the enemy with its “shameful” scoop revealing the spy program. The New York Times revealed last week that Mr Bush had authorised the National Security Agency to spy on US citizens without obtaining warrants.

This stuff is really getting out of control. It is obviously wrong, so much so that I didn’t feel the need to post about it when it came out as news. But after reading about Bush and how he’s going to continue despite outrage. . . I have to wonder where it all ends. He’s apparently going to do whatever he feels like doing, and that’s that.

We’re attacked, and so all of our freedoms are taken away to make sure we aren’t attacked again. What was it that they claimed we were fighting for all of these years? Freedom? To do what, exactly? The right to say what we want and do it in the privacy of our own homes: that’s freedom, right? Maybe not, at least not in the 21st century. Denial of the enemy’s rights seems to go hand in hand in denying our rights, and lately it seems that if you disagree with that, you too are the enemy. And we all know what happens to them. They get tortured in secret camps, and are forced to listen to Eminem, a fate worse than death. So you better keep that mouth shut. No dissent, children, not today. If you’re not with the Bush admin and the horrible shit they pull, then you must be against them and you’re a traitor.

Look at the New York Times, for instance. They report that the president is abusing his power, ignoring the checks and balances as it were, and they are marked as bad and “shameful.” Apparently they shouldn’t be reporting to the American people that they no longer have private lives. We are to stay deaf, dumb, and powerless. Have faith in Jesus and The Administration and all will be fine, my good Americans. Because if our president says Torture, Spying, and Lying is ok, it must be. Never question authority — especially when you can’t handle the consequences.

5 Responses to “NSA”

  1. Carey Says:

    Great thoughts douchebag

  2. Drew Says:

    Thanks twinkie smuggler

  3. DBW Says:


    You knew that was coming, right?

  4. Drew Says:

    I’m gonna start calling you ‘Wiretap’ Sam, cause god knows you’re on their list

  5. DBW Says:

    I kinda hope so. Ive always thought it was absurd that we were being spied on – even before this Bush/NSA thing – and if they wanna blow money tracking my emails, comments, porn rentals, etc… they have my blessing.

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