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Squealing Versus Killing

Thomas2124 Wrote: Jun 14, 2012 11:23 AM
As far as I am concerned our government should have no secrets. Open and plain dealing is the right approach, friend or enemy.
Fuzzy2 Wrote: Jun 14, 2012 11:38 AM
Correct. The military can have secret operations and technology. Our gov't is owned and run by us. Our president is only CIC when we are at war.
3129 Wrote: Jun 14, 2012 4:44 PM
In WWII, Time magazine published an article explaining why the Japanese were unable to sink american subs. The next day, the Japanese sank their first American sub. Required Reading: Bodyguard Of Lies. Call for a Constitutional Convention. Viva la revolucion.
Bob62 Wrote: Jun 14, 2012 4:56 PM
Great Clarification...
But the REAL truth is we either should NOT be doing all this dirty stuff, or in the least we should be denying it to our graves!!!
Obama seems proud that he has a Kill List and launched a Cyber-Attack... that is SOOO damaging to our country... it makes us equally evil... We are suppose to be above all that... it's the rest of the world that is suppose to be ignorantly evil and we are suppose to be teaching how to be more civilized...

If you are still listening to those in the political class who are falling over each other to condemn leaks from the government to the media, you'd think the leaks had revealed private information in which the public has no legitimate interest, or perhaps a planned secret government mission to rescue innocents. Neither is the case.

Republicans and Democrats in Congress, most of them from the House and Senate intelligence committees, have blasted the White House for leaking to The New York Times and others the existence of President Obama's secret kill list and his cyber-warfare against Iran. According to...