Thursday, May 11, 2006


L'etat cest NSA

There is no law but the NSA: The government has abruptly ended an inquiry into the warrantless eavesdropping program because the National Security Agency refused to grant Justice Department lawyers the necessary security clearance to probe the matter. The NSA controls its own court. It has already told Congress that it doesn't answer to them. Now we learn that if the NSA is committing criminal acts, it doesn't answer to the Justice Department. That's all three branches of government. Could there be any clearer indication that the American Republic is dead?
maybe after you get arrested.
Since I break no law, I can only be arrested by criminals, Anonymous.

Should that happen, I will remember what Henry David Thoreau said when he was jailed for refusing to pay the levy for the Iraq War of his day. A friend asked him "What are you doing in there?" and he replied, "What are you doing out there?"
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