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The National Security Agency plans to release details on Monday about the “dozens” of terror plots thwarted by the use of recently leaked surveillance programs, but Washington’s elite is still split on the issue.
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idk why this has to be so complicated. Regarding this 100% safety and 100% privacy debate... the answer seems simple to me. I'm willing to sacrifice as much of my privacy as possible without it invading my rights and freedoms. Beyond that, I'm willing to sacrifice my safety from foreign terrorist to protect myself from domestic terrorists. Simple.
In summary, I'm not willing to give up my rights and freedoms to be protected from foreign terrorists because I think there is a greater risk of being attacked from domestic terrorists.
The U.S. sets people up, gives them arms, arrests them so it can say a terrorist was caught. More BS
Snowden and Manning are American heroes. The U.S. Government = liars, thieves, warmongers, & spies.
Draw a line in the Sand ... then negoiate!
Everyone send encrypted image of your cat to a friend each day. Overload NSA snoop computers.
Puppet Gov.s, presuptuous borders, destablisation of mid. east, began in Paris 1919.
Peace can not be Politcally imposed, it must grow out of cultures forming there own borders.
So Man can indipendently of God and his word, disern right from wrong "Gen 3.5" Sure !
Ive been alive since before watergate. How many lies is that now? No more trusting secular humanism.
McCain disclosed locations of millitary bases during Vietnam, ending in many deaths = treason.
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