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Johnny Malloy2013-08-01 11:01:02
Clapper blatantly lying in  testimony about NSA surveillance capability.
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  • Johnny Malloy2013-08-01 11:01:02
    Clapper blatantly lying in  testimony about NSA surveillance capability.
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  • Johnny Malloy2013-08-01 11:01:02
    Clapper blatantly lying in  testimony about NSA surveillance capability.
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  • Johnny Malloy2013-08-01 11:01:02
    Clapper blatantly lying in  testimony about NSA surveillance capability.
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  • Johnny Malloy2013-08-01 11:01:02
    Clapper blatantly lying in  testimony about NSA surveillance capability.
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  • Johnny Malloy2013-08-01 11:01:02
    Clapper blatantly lying in  testimony about NSA surveillance capability.
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  • Johnny Malloy2013-08-01 11:01:02
    Clapper blatantly lying in  testimony about NSA surveillance capability.
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  • Johnny Malloy2013-08-01 11:01:02
    Clapper blatantly lying in  testimony about NSA surveillance capability.
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  • Johnny Malloy2013-08-01 11:01:02
    Clapper blatantly lying in  testimony about NSA surveillance capability.
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  • Johnny Malloy2013-08-01 11:01:02
    Clapper blatantly lying in  testimony about NSA surveillance capability.
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  • Johnny Malloy2013-08-01 11:01:02
    Clapper blatantly lying in  testimony about NSA surveillance capability.
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-11-25 16:58:13
    I don't think Ron Paul necessarily "wins" this argument. The post 9/11 world is a place where there are a lot of people who are OK with the Patriot Act and proactive security measures. It just comes down to whether you think they will work or not, because they certainly erode our individual liberty. Are you OK with that tradeoff?

    For me, if someone is crazy and wants to hijack a plane, there's actually nothing you can do about it. You can carry sharp sticks onto planes that function as knives. And you can get complex bomb devices and other fear capturing devices onto planes relatively easy.

    But the flip side is having someone listen to your phone calls and pepper spray you when you protest. One person has the right to use force over or spy on another without due process. Who is the actual terrorist here? And why should anyone trust a bureaucrat to keep them safe?
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-11-25 16:58:13
    I don't think Ron Paul necessarily "wins" this argument. The post 9/11 world is a place where there are a lot of people who are OK with the Patriot Act and proactive security measures. It just comes down to whether you think they will work or not, because they certainly erode our individual liberty. Are you OK with that tradeoff?

    For me, if someone is crazy and wants to hijack a plane, there's actually nothing you can do about it. You can carry sharp sticks onto planes that function as knives. And you can get complex bomb devices and other fear capturing devices onto planes relatively easy.

    But the flip side is having someone listen to your phone calls and pepper spray you when you protest. One person has the right to use force over or spy on another without due process. Who is the actual terrorist here? And why should anyone trust a bureaucrat to keep them safe?
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-11-25 16:58:13
    I don't think Ron Paul necessarily "wins" this argument. The post 9/11 world is a place where there are a lot of people who are OK with the Patriot Act and proactive security measures. It just comes down to whether you think they will work or not, because they certainly erode our individual liberty. Are you OK with that tradeoff?

    For me, if someone is crazy and wants to hijack a plane, there's actually nothing you can do about it. You can carry sharp sticks onto planes that function as knives. And you can get complex bomb devices and other fear capturing devices onto planes relatively easy.

    But the flip side is having someone listen to your phone calls and pepper spray you when you protest. One person has the right to use force over or spy on another without due process. Who is the actual terrorist here? And why should anyone trust a bureaucrat to keep them safe?
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-11-25 16:58:13
    I don't think Ron Paul necessarily "wins" this argument. The post 9/11 world is a place where there are a lot of people who are OK with the Patriot Act and proactive security measures. It just comes down to whether you think they will work or not, because they certainly erode our individual liberty. Are you OK with that tradeoff?

    For me, if someone is crazy and wants to hijack a plane, there's actually nothing you can do about it. You can carry sharp sticks onto planes that function as knives. And you can get complex bomb devices and other fear capturing devices onto planes relatively easy.

    But the flip side is having someone listen to your phone calls and pepper spray you when you protest. One person has the right to use force over or spy on another without due process. Who is the actual terrorist here? And why should anyone trust a bureaucrat to keep them safe?
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-11-25 16:58:13
    I don't think Ron Paul necessarily "wins" this argument. The post 9/11 world is a place where there are a lot of people who are OK with the Patriot Act and proactive security measures. It just comes down to whether you think they will work or not, because they certainly erode our individual liberty. Are you OK with that tradeoff?

    For me, if someone is crazy and wants to hijack a plane, there's actually nothing you can do about it. You can carry sharp sticks onto planes that function as knives. And you can get complex bomb devices and other fear capturing devices onto planes relatively easy.

    But the flip side is having someone listen to your phone calls and pepper spray you when you protest. One person has the right to use force over or spy on another without due process. Who is the actual terrorist here? And why should anyone trust a bureaucrat to keep them safe?
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-11-25 16:58:13
    I don't think Ron Paul necessarily "wins" this argument. The post 9/11 world is a place where there are a lot of people who are OK with the Patriot Act and proactive security measures. It just comes down to whether you think they will work or not, because they certainly erode our individual liberty. Are you OK with that tradeoff?

    For me, if someone is crazy and wants to hijack a plane, there's actually nothing you can do about it. You can carry sharp sticks onto planes that function as knives. And you can get complex bomb devices and other fear capturing devices onto planes relatively easy.

    But the flip side is having someone listen to your phone calls and pepper spray you when you protest. One person has the right to use force over or spy on another without due process. Who is the actual terrorist here? And why should anyone trust a bureaucrat to keep them safe?
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-11-25 16:58:13
    I don't think Ron Paul necessarily "wins" this argument. The post 9/11 world is a place where there are a lot of people who are OK with the Patriot Act and proactive security measures. It just comes down to whether you think they will work or not, because they certainly erode our individual liberty. Are you OK with that tradeoff?

    For me, if someone is crazy and wants to hijack a plane, there's actually nothing you can do about it. You can carry sharp sticks onto planes that function as knives. And you can get complex bomb devices and other fear capturing devices onto planes relatively easy.

    But the flip side is having someone listen to your phone calls and pepper spray you when you protest. One person has the right to use force over or spy on another without due process. Who is the actual terrorist here? And why should anyone trust a bureaucrat to keep them safe?
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-11-25 16:58:13
    I don't think Ron Paul necessarily "wins" this argument. The post 9/11 world is a place where there are a lot of people who are OK with the Patriot Act and proactive security measures. It just comes down to whether you think they will work or not, because they certainly erode our individual liberty. Are you OK with that tradeoff?

    For me, if someone is crazy and wants to hijack a plane, there's actually nothing you can do about it. You can carry sharp sticks onto planes that function as knives. And you can get complex bomb devices and other fear capturing devices onto planes relatively easy.

    But the flip side is having someone listen to your phone calls and pepper spray you when you protest. One person has the right to use force over or spy on another without due process. Who is the actual terrorist here? And why should anyone trust a bureaucrat to keep them safe?
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-11-25 16:58:13
    I don't think Ron Paul necessarily "wins" this argument. The post 9/11 world is a place where there are a lot of people who are OK with the Patriot Act and proactive security measures. It just comes down to whether you think they will work or not, because they certainly erode our individual liberty. Are you OK with that tradeoff?

    For me, if someone is crazy and wants to hijack a plane, there's actually nothing you can do about it. You can carry sharp sticks onto planes that function as knives. And you can get complex bomb devices and other fear capturing devices onto planes relatively easy.

    But the flip side is having someone listen to your phone calls and pepper spray you when you protest. One person has the right to use force over or spy on another without due process. Who is the actual terrorist here? And why should anyone trust a bureaucrat to keep them safe?
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-11-25 16:58:13
    I don't think Ron Paul necessarily "wins" this argument. The post 9/11 world is a place where there are a lot of people who are OK with the Patriot Act and proactive security measures. It just comes down to whether you think they will work or not, because they certainly erode our individual liberty. Are you OK with that tradeoff?

    For me, if someone is crazy and wants to hijack a plane, there's actually nothing you can do about it. You can carry sharp sticks onto planes that function as knives. And you can get complex bomb devices and other fear capturing devices onto planes relatively easy.

    But the flip side is having someone listen to your phone calls and pepper spray you when you protest. One person has the right to use force over or spy on another without due process. Who is the actual terrorist here? And why should anyone trust a bureaucrat to keep them safe?
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-11-25 16:58:13
    I don't think Ron Paul necessarily "wins" this argument. The post 9/11 world is a place where there are a lot of people who are OK with the Patriot Act and proactive security measures. It just comes down to whether you think they will work or not, because they certainly erode our individual liberty. Are you OK with that tradeoff?

    For me, if someone is crazy and wants to hijack a plane, there's actually nothing you can do about it. You can carry sharp sticks onto planes that function as knives. And you can get complex bomb devices and other fear capturing devices onto planes relatively easy.

    But the flip side is having someone listen to your phone calls and pepper spray you when you protest. One person has the right to use force over or spy on another without due process. Who is the actual terrorist here? And why should anyone trust a bureaucrat to keep them safe?
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  • Johnny Malloy2012-03-18 16:48:10
    Great troll, or greatest troll?
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-09-21 15:59:34
    Dudes helping out other dudes.
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-09-12 13:50:04
    OK I am addicted to these stupid things.
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    Still one of the funniest Family Guy clips ever.
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    Great troll, or greatest troll?
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    Dudes helping out other dudes.
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    OK I am addicted to these stupid things.
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    Great troll, or greatest troll?
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-09-21 15:59:34
    Dudes helping out other dudes.
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    OK I am addicted to these stupid things.
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    Great troll, or greatest troll?
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    Dudes helping out other dudes.
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    OK I am addicted to these stupid things.
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    Great troll, or greatest troll?
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-09-21 15:59:34
    Dudes helping out other dudes.
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    OK I am addicted to these stupid things.
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    Great troll, or greatest troll?
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-09-21 15:59:34
    Dudes helping out other dudes.
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    OK I am addicted to these stupid things.
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    Great troll, or greatest troll?
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-09-21 15:59:34
    Dudes helping out other dudes.
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    OK I am addicted to these stupid things.
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  • Johnny Malloy2012-03-18 16:48:10
    Great troll, or greatest troll?
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-09-21 15:59:34
    Dudes helping out other dudes.
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    OK I am addicted to these stupid things.
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    Still one of the funniest Family Guy clips ever.
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  • Johnny Malloy2012-03-18 16:48:10
    Great troll, or greatest troll?
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-09-21 15:59:34
    Dudes helping out other dudes.
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-09-12 13:50:04
    OK I am addicted to these stupid things.
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  • Johnny Malloy2012-03-18 16:48:10
    Great troll, or greatest troll?
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-09-21 15:59:34
    Dudes helping out other dudes.
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-09-12 13:50:04
    OK I am addicted to these stupid things.
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  • Johnny Malloy2012-03-18 16:48:10
    Great troll, or greatest troll?
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  • Johnny Malloy2013-11-21 13:33:01
    There are no anti-war candidates or even activists anywhere remotely in sight of American politics. This is depressing.
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  • Johnny Malloy2013-02-05 18:24:16
    "When a user sends a picture or document, it will be encrypted, digitally “shredded” into thousands of pieces, and temporarily stored in a “Secure Cloud Broker” until it is transmitted to the recipient. Silent Circle, which charges $20 a month for its service, has no way of accessing the encrypted files because the “key” to open them is held on the users’ devices and then deleted after it has been used to open the files. Janke has also committed to making the source code of the new technology available publicly “as fast as we can,” which means its security can be independently audited by researchers."
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  • Johnny Malloy2012-07-18 20:22:15
    These two sides will argue this classic discussion until they are blue in the face and neither will get what they want because there is only one state. That means that at any given time, only a single implementation will be forced upon everyone. And that single implementation is neither capitalist or socialist, it's some kind of disgusting authoritarian corporate state that nobody wants.
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  • Johnny Malloy2012-05-17 19:08:11
    This is the most awesome thing I have read in a while. #ndaa violates the 1st amendment.
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-09-29 11:22:23
    Ralph Nader: “Libertarians like Ron Paul are on our side on civil liberties. They’re on our side against the military-industrial complex. They’re on our side against Wall Street. They’re on our side for investor rights. That’s a foundational convergence,” he exhorts. “It’s not just itty-bitty stuff.”
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  • Johnny Malloy2013-11-21 13:33:01
    There are no anti-war candidates or even activists anywhere remotely in sight of American politics. This is depressing.
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  • Johnny Malloy2013-02-05 18:24:16
    "When a user sends a picture or document, it will be encrypted, digitally “shredded” into thousands of pieces, and temporarily stored in a “Secure Cloud Broker” until it is transmitted to the recipient. Silent Circle, which charges $20 a month for its service, has no way of accessing the encrypted files because the “key” to open them is held on the users’ devices and then deleted after it has been used to open the files. Janke has also committed to making the source code of the new technology available publicly “as fast as we can,” which means its security can be independently audited by researchers."
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  • Johnny Malloy2012-07-18 20:22:15
    These two sides will argue this classic discussion until they are blue in the face and neither will get what they want because there is only one state. That means that at any given time, only a single implementation will be forced upon everyone. And that single implementation is neither capitalist or socialist, it's some kind of disgusting authoritarian corporate state that nobody wants.
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  • Johnny Malloy2012-05-17 19:08:11
    This is the most awesome thing I have read in a while. #ndaa violates the 1st amendment.
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  • Johnny Malloy2011-09-29 11:22:23
    Ralph Nader: “Libertarians like Ron Paul are on our side on civil liberties. They’re on our side against the military-industrial complex. They’re on our side against Wall Street. They’re on our side for investor rights. That’s a foundational convergence,” he exhorts. “It’s not just itty-bitty stuff.”
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  • Johnny Malloy2013-11-21 13:33:01
    There are no anti-war candidates or even activists anywhere remotely in sight of American politics. This is depressing.
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  • Johnny Malloy2013-02-05 18:24:16
    "When a user sends a picture or document, it will be encrypted, digitally “shredded” into thousands of pieces, and temporarily stored in a “Secure Cloud Broker” until it is transmitted to the recipient. Silent Circle, which charges $20 a month for its service, has no way of accessing the encrypted files because the “key” to open them is held on the users’ devices and then deleted after it has been used to open the files. Janke has also committed to making the source code of the new technology available publicly “as fast as we can,” which means its security can be independently audited by researchers."
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  • Johnny Malloy2012-07-18 20:22:15
    These two sides will argue this classic discussion until they are blue in the face and neither will get what they want because there is only one state. That means that at any given time, only a single implementation will be forced upon everyone. And that single implementation is neither capitalist or socialist, it's some kind of disgusting authoritarian corporate state that nobody wants.
  • 7 plusses - 10 comments - 0 shares | Read in G+
  • Johnny Malloy2012-05-17 19:08:11
    This is the most awesome thing I have read in a while. #ndaa violates the 1st amendment.
  • 7 plusses - 0 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Johnny Malloy2011-09-29 11:22:23
    Ralph Nader: “Libertarians like Ron Paul are on our side on civil liberties. They’re on our side against the military-industrial complex. They’re on our side against Wall Street. They’re on our side for investor rights. That’s a foundational convergence,” he exhorts. “It’s not just itty-bitty stuff.”
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  • Johnny Malloy2013-11-21 13:33:01
    There are no anti-war candidates or even activists anywhere remotely in sight of American politics. This is depressing.
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  • Johnny Malloy2013-02-05 18:24:16
    "When a user sends a picture or document, it will be encrypted, digitally “shredded” into thousands of pieces, and temporarily stored in a “Secure Cloud Broker” until it is transmitted to the recipient. Silent Circle, which charges $20 a month for its service, has no way of accessing the encrypted files because the “key” to open them is held on the users’ devices and then deleted after it has been used to open the files. Janke has also committed to making the source code of the new technology available publicly “as fast as we can,” which means its security can be independently audited by researchers."
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