Monday, December 15, 2008

Common Sense for Thee---

...but maybe not so for me.

If public figures naturally invite public scrutiny by virtue of their office, I don’t see any good reason we shouldn’t scrutinize these leaders to the nth degree, where even the slightest indiscrepancies could be held up for the public to see. Why not give private citizens the right to hack into email, wiretap and to follow the financial transactions of public figures? When the PATRIOT Act was introduced by our leaders it was said that those with nothing to hide should have nothing to fear. The same should go for government

Yah, like those Party Caucuses in Madistan....

I would enjoy listening to every single phone convo of Doylie's aides (and of Bush's, for that matter.)

Nothing to hide? Good!

1 comment:

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