Tuesday, July 9, 2013

A Truth Journal: Funny NSA Leak Jokes, Colbert, Daily Show Videos

The seal of the U.S. National Security Agency....
The seal of the U.S. National Security Agency. The first use was in September 1966, replacing an older seal which was used briefly. For more information, see here and here. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

A Truth Journal: Funny NSA Leak Jokes, Colbert, Daily Show Videos: 3 videos.
From Denny:  While our federal government spins out of control we might as well laugh about it, especially since Congress is down to a ten percent approval rating.  Who are those lame folks?  The NSA Leaker Edward Snowden must have some seriously damning evidence about other projects or practices still secret since the government is downright rabies crazy in their pursuit of him.

Why else are the military, the FBI and the State Department all chasing Snowden and bullying any country that even considers giving asylum to him?  I'll bet Snowden does not even realize what he knows - or has in his possession - that is so terrifying for the CYA military and intelligence community (IC) if it were revealed.

Of course, because the Obama government has chosen to go down this stupid road to chase Snowden all over the world like a Where's Waldo episode, proclaiming him a dangerous fellow, it only convinces everyone that America is now a police state where individual rights are no longer honored.  More on that theme tomorrow...

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