posted on Jun, 25 2013 @ 01:55 AM
Originally posted by darkbake
This is ridiculous. How is anything supposed to get done if no one, not even congress, is allowed to know what's going on? Who the hell does know
what's going on, exactly?
I seriously want to know. Because I'm pretty sure I didn't vote for him.
edit on 24-6-2013 by darkbake because: (no reason given)
We all think it's some guy in a suit, but I think it's a blonde woman in uniform who is doing the deal making and trespassing. She's probably the
same one that agreed to putting a camera in every cable box, and she works exclusively at NSA.
Embroidery went to her head, she forgot what country she was standing for, had dollar signs in her eyes. She deserves the name dumb blonde that ran
the secret side of Silicon Valley if it's a real true theory. What's hard to come to terms with is that Petraeus must have had knowledge of it
while it was happening, as part of the theory. And well, look, he had a year running the CIA. See in the 90s I was given the impression from others
that he was a conservative Republican favorite true to ideals of the Constitution and stuff, and now this, it's a big let down. They were predicting
they'd be electing him for the White House in 2017. Let's see how that plays out under this suppressive Democrat regime.
A sad part is that she's been working along the internet initiatives for even in the 90s, surrounded by people that should give a dang about privacy,
freedom, liberties, and rights, but apparently the thought of the global leadership in an Internet boom was too lucrative to pass up, as the US got a
few tech billionaires out of the breach, and they made Google to make it look like Google knows everything when really they were just cheating and
ripping off ideas of people who didn't want to think like them.
Unplugging the NSA might make me feel better.
Somewhere she's bought a small island with the crud money she got out of cheating the population. I imagine she sold out details of a few people in
our country to other countries too. If only I could remember her name.