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Discussion in 'Too Hot for Swamp Gas' started by gatorplank, Jun 20, 2013.
Anti-NSA Reporter Tied To Soros-Funded Radical Left
All those organizations should be shut down permanently, for un-American activities. Where is the HISC when you need them... what are they freaking doing? Fire them and find new employees to do their freaking job.
Aren't most reporters tied to the left (e.g. relatives of OA employees)? Is this one of those trick question threads?
It is not a trick question. The tie here isn't just with the left. The tie is with George Soros.
Now see if you can tie him to the Illuminati
So what do you figure this means?
He's the puppet master. Or the man holding the marionette strings.
So let me get this straight. Soros is the puppet master, Obama is the puppet. So Soros has his reporter expose the NSA story to hurt Obama.
You guys are on your usual roll.
He must have had a fallout about the stimulus money he never got... Who knows, those liars can't keep their stories and payouts straight anymore.
that's funny. you guys really need to think this stuff thru
Who the phuk cares about the why and the who, it's the what that matters here. Don't you get it?
The puppet has become a voodoo doll?
Pins and needles included.
The question is what did Obama do?
Or maybe this is all about setting things up for Hillary. The LMSM will have to distance itself from Obama to give Hillary a chance next election. If the LMSM eats Obama for lunch like it did Bush, then maybe people won't equivocate Obama and Hillary come 2016 when the LMSM starts pushing Hillary in 2015 and 2016. If you think about it the LMSM gains nothing by waving those pom-poms for Obama. It's all about Hillary now.
River, did it occur to you that Soros is concerned that his communications could be tracked by an administration that doesn't support the policy objectives he shares with Obama and the UN?
An administration other than Obama's?
So, Soros controls Obama. Soros also controls the reporter. Soros orders the reporter to expose the NSA stuff, even though it makes Obama look bad, in order to protect future presidents from finding out about the secret policies he's ordering Obama to follow?
Why didn't he just order Obama to not spy on him? Seems a lot easier.
A reasonable suspicion. Everybody should be speaking out about this. If true though, doesn't that discount the puppet / puppet-master theory?
It's hard to hold both simultaneously.
As an aside, River (and this probably deserves its own thread), it will be interesting to see if Soros or any of his media flunkies have a problem with an out of control progressive/socialistic bureaucracy stomping on whistle-blowers leaking info. on guvment corruption and waste:
Obama’s crackdown views leaks as aiding enemies of U.S.
"President Barack Obama’s unprecedented initiative, known as the Insider Threat Program, is sweeping in its reach. It has received scant public attention even though it extends beyond the U.S. national security bureaucracies to most federal departments and agencies nationwide, including the Peace Corps, the Social Security Administration and the Education and Agriculture departments. It emphasizes leaks of classified material, but catchall definitions of “insider threat” give agencies latitude to pursue and penalize a range of other conduct.
Government documents reviewed by McClatchy illustrate how some agencies are using that latitude to pursue unauthorized disclosures of any information, not just classified material. They also show how millions of federal employees and contractors must watch for “high-risk persons or behaviors” among co-workers and could face penalties, including criminal charges, for failing to report them. Leaks to the media are equated with espionage.
"There are numerous cases, however, of government workers who say they’ve been forced to go public because they’ve suffered retaliation after trying to complain about waste, fraud and abuse through internal channels or to Congress. Thomas Drake, a former senior NSA official, was indicted in 2010 under the Espionage Act after he disclosed millions of dollars in waste to a journalist. He’d tried for years to alert his superiors and Congress. The administration eventually dropped the charges against him."
River, you're a smart guy. Do you honestly believe the collection of our personal communications and the control our agencies have imposed on their employees is about "national security"? Other than the T-party, who are the "enemies of the state"?