It’s a dark, cold rainy day in Las Vegas. We don’t have too many rainy days in Las Vegas. I’ve been in Las Vegas for a few years now, and I think it’s rained less than 25 times. That’s one of the advantages of living in Las Vegas. I used to live in Florida, and we had so much rain, it didn’t feel like the Sunshine state. Florida should be called the “Rain State,” because that’s what it is.
Well, enough about the rain.
Everybody in the Senate is complaining about Obama sending drones after innocent citizens, then why is it that no one ever mentions people who don’t have drones aimed at them, but are constantly tortured by goons sent after us under the Patriot Act?
I can’t prove this, but the senators all know what’s going on with harassment of American citizens.
For one thing, the Senate has to pass bills that approve the harassment. The government can’t do to us what it’s doing without approval of the Senate, or the President.
President Obama is definitely a disappointment. You would think a man who believes in the right of everyone to do what he/she wants to do, would not agree to such an Act.
I was listening to the radio (second time some bastard deleted what I wrote) and a man who wrote a book on J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI, said that, at one time, Hoover had over 20,000 people on his hit list. And the writer of the book discussed what Hoover did to the people on the list. And it sounded exactly like what’s being done to us every day.
The people were under 24-hour surveillance, cameras were put in their homes, telephones tapped, broke into their homes, got neighbors to watch everything the people did, encouraged people to report anything that the people under surveillance did, etc.
Of course, then, those people were luckier. They didn’t have everyone carrying a cell phone. Information took a lot longer to get to where it was going. Today, it’s instantaneous. We can’t get away from the bastards. They know where we are every minute.
The book just came out in paperback. It’s written by Tim Weiner and the title is: Enemies: A History of The FBI.
The book begins this way: [ From FBI:
The war against spies and saboteurs demands the aid of every American.
When you suspect the presence of enemy agents, tell it to the FBI at once.
Beware of those who spread enemy propaganda! Don’t repeat vicious rumors or vicious whispers.
Tell it to the FBI! ]
I guess I would be considered a saboteur or spy, since I supposedly spread propaganda about what the government does to us. And when I walk around, people are in the presence of an enemy.
I consider it a compliment to be an enemy of the state. And I don’t fear any of them! They can all go and f–k themselves.
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