Millions of terrorists live in the United States

The National Security Agency has been secretly collecting the phone call records of tens of millions of Americans, using data provided by AT&T, Verizon and BellSouth, people with direct knowledge of the arrangement told USA TODAY.

Knowing this, it is clear that an attack from within our national boarders (like the London bombing?) has to be on the horizon. The United States faces an imminent emminent imminent threat like that posed by Saddam Hussein and his lethal arsenal of weapons of mass destruction.

The nation should be alarmed by this news.
With access to records of billions of domestic calls, the NSA has gained a secret window into the communications habits of millions of Americans. Customers' names, street addresses and other personal information are not being handed over as part of NSA's domestic program, the sources said. But the phone numbers the NSA collects can easily be cross-checked with other databases to obtain that information.

Clearly such a large scale project of collecting the information of millions of Americans for cross-referencing reveals the danger and the secret invasion force that has penetrated the homeland. What other reason would Don Weber, a senior spokesman for the NSA, decline to comment upon either the agency's operations orthe extent of the secret invasion force.
Given the nature of the work we do, it would be irresponsible to comment on actual or alleged operational issues; therefore, we have no information to provide. However, it is important to note that NSA takes its legal responsibilities seriously and operates within the law.

With this news it becomes all to clear that every citizen of the United States should be doing more to aid in the "war for on terror." If this means giving up all our rights as guaranteed by the US Constitution, it must be done. We should follow the lead of the Decider-in-chief who has demonstrated his disregard for following the principles set forth in the Constitution. Now more than ever, I understand why the president believes that the Constitution is just a damned piece of paper. And why he thinks that you should too!


Blogger Blogenfreude said...

Can they hear me now?

5/11/2006 1:11 PM  
Blogger Reichsminister Karl said...

Yes, we can!

5/11/2006 1:12 PM  

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