posted on Dec, 2 2004 @ 02:39 PM
an FBI spokesman said, "The FBI does not investigate individuals or groups that are engaged in exercising their constitutional rights of freedom of
And the sun doesn't rise in the morning!
The stupidity of government spokespersons in suggesting that the public still falls for such drivel is remarable. That must be a tough job for any
person of even minimal intelligence to do, i.e. "go forth and proclaim publicly what you know is false and what you know the public already knows is
false." But then, government spokespersons from any number of 3 or 4 letter acronymed agencies do it regularly. How do they look at themselves in
the mirror and maintain any semblance of self respect. Oh, yeah, just doing what massa' say. Remember, all you government spokespersons who might
read this, the US is grounded upon individual rights and responsibility. You remain an individual even though you work for big government. It follows
that _____________ (fill in the blank if you can).
In the name of national security . . .
"National security"? Just WHOSE security are they talking about? Not the nation's, but that of the party currently running the show. And not its
security against threats of harm, but its security against threats of credible dissent, i.e. dissent that might make a difference.