Twitter User Explains How To Stay Out Of Big Brothers Database!!!



Will Antonin @Will_Antonin

If you really want to hide from Obama, you should just hang with Chechen extremists in Boston.

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21 Responses to Twitter User Explains How To Stay Out Of Big Brothers Database!!!

  1. PhilJourdan says:

    And take a side trip to Russia and Chechnya.

  2. david says:

    Or be a muslim chaplin in the armed forces making calls to known terrorists.

  3. kelly liddle says:

    So with your 1.2 million people looking into everything (those with top security clearance) it should be questioned what are they doing and might there be more effective measures. Another thing is don’t blame Obama as an individual, Bush started on this path Obama has only improved on it or not. Both parties have supported the laws.

    • DirkH says:

      I can tell you what those 1.2 million people are doing. Predominantly they work on maintaining and extending their power. It is called the Deep State and it is unaccountable und out of control. In the EU of course at least as much as in the US.

      Those 1.2 million will now work to destroy their critiques one by one until all voices left sing their praises.

    • david says:

      Obama is not responsible for his own actions? He is like what?, a five year old pointing at his brother saying , “He did it to”

      Obama has used his exteneded govt power for the systemic purpose of punishing HIS enemies and rewarding HIS friends.. His policy suppress reporting of obvious terrorist , just like in Boston and the Ft Hood incident, but gives himself unlimited power to spy on every US citizen, a right he does not have, with the pretense of protecting us from what he called “a small band of men”, when EVERY indication is that he has, is and will use such power for political purposes, as for example the IRS abuse of power as well as the politicaly biases rewarding of “stimulus funds” for political dollars, or and any agency using govt power funds to demand support for Obama, or else.

      George Bush failed to understand what an Obama would do with the poweres he procured for the war on terror. (His efforts to separate good Muslims from Islamist were poorly done and unwisely directed. Obama is doing what he is doing, sytemically and purposefully. It is the difference between a boy accidently throwing a rock through hie neighbors window, and a vandal puposefully throwing dozens through every window in the neighborhood. I can and do blame Obama for his own actions. Trouble is, the man thinks he is doing a good job, and from his perspective, he is.

    • suyts says:

      Kelly, I think it’s important to remember that Obama railed and campaigned against the very things that he’s doing. So, yes, it’s perfectly reasonable to blame Obama. And, it is perfectly reasonable to blame Bush. But, Bush never campaigned against it.

    • philjourdan says:

      Hence the need for the Tea Party to strike out on its own. It will be hard, but UKIP shows it is possible.

  4. Latitude says:

    Another thing is don’t blame Obama as an individual, Bush started on this path Obama has only improved on it or not. Both parties have supported the laws.
    Kelly, you just framed the liberal downfall….
    LIberals get into power…expand their control over things….and then freak out when they are out of power..

    Bush was not in power his last two years…he was a lame duck….liberals will never admit that because they can’t blame Bush that way….or admit that they did it

    • cdquarles says:

      Argh. Bush did not start us on this path. Bush did extend it. We started on this path in the 1890s, when the ‘Progressives’ took over both the Democrat and the Republican Parties. It made the Democrat party more fanatical in its pursuit of total power. It made the Republican party less committed to the ‘old order’. The result was Woodrow Wilson and the codification of Jim Crow into many Federal agencies. WW gave us the Federal Reserve. WW gave us the war on drugs. Silent Cal was a brief interlude. Hoover, et al, all accepted the premises. We had another brief interlude with RWR. Bush 41, et al. all accepted the premises.

      Had our politicians remained faithful to the Founding, we would not be where we are today.

    • kelly liddle says:

      That candidate Obama in 2007 sounded like he was on the right track LOL. Does anyone here think that either major party in the US will now backtrack? If this does not happen then I can’t see this situation reversing anytime soon. Another point is based on the polling done by the major parties this is what people wanted either through ignorance or actually wanted it because of belief it would make their lives more safe.

      • philjourdan says:

        “Does anyone here think that either major party in the US will now backtrack?” – Are you implying that is your position (that they will not)?

        if so, we may have an area of agreement.

      • DirkH says:

        Was there anyone who didn’t find the PATRIOT act intrusive and overreaching and unsuited to prevent a 9/11 style event that could have easily been prevented by the FBI and existing facilities had they done their job? In other words who DIDN’T think the PATRIOT act was a wrong reaction? Hands up please.

      • kelly liddle says:

        I am a bit far away to form a firm opinion but from this distance it seems to be the case but probably prefer Suyts’ more optimistic outlook as the comment below that somehow things will reverse.

        • philjourdan says:

          I share Suyts’ opinion that it CAN change. I do not share his opinion that it WILL change. There is a mass inertia among the populace (the lowinfo) that does not care until it affects them. They have never heard of Martin Niemoeller and so will not do a thing to effect the change.

          I was wondering if he was combining your first and last name to come up with Killy.

        • DirkH says:

          It will get worse. Obama runs it. It would be the first thing that doesn’t get worse under him. As Liberals have the exact opposite opinion, they should applaud him for the surveillance.

        • suyts says:

          Oops, my bust, sorry Kelly.

    • suyts says:

      Killy, if this question can be properly moved, then the it extends well beyond the normal construct of a left vs right issue. It isn’t about parties. Indeed, we’re seeing huge rifts in both parties as we speak.

      I view this as a huge opportunity! It can unite the American people! It can, conceivably, bring about a new political party, aligned much more libertarian, than what we see on either side. The pratfalls are many, and the stakes are high, but, this issue can galvanize the American people!

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