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Quote of the Day || October 25, 2013

“We gave the website a test, and it did very well. But it turns out the website was cheating – peeking over at the Amazon site.”

– Kathleen Sebelius

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14 Responses to Quote of the Day || October 25, 2013

    • That´s true, Rawheadrex. And the tool that Obama uses to transform his and other countries into policestates, the NSA, is causing a turmoil in the world. 35 world leaders and hundreds of other international politicians are being monitored, not to mention the millions of us ordinary deadly people. There will be immense debates of trust and breach of trust and diplomatic pirouettes. Obama is in deep water here trying to mend things with “friends”. The argument “everybodys doing it” isn´t really good enough. This level of spying is what you expect from Soviet and similar police states of today ( Iran ), not from the US. I simply cannot imagine this happening in Reagans USA. The US used to hold itself to a higher, widely admired standard. Obamas paranoia, lust for total control and lack of moral fibre is soiling the country .

      • Awww miss my first President I ever voted for..Mr.classic Reagan.

        And what is Barry looking for in all this spying/eavesdropping whatever..CRAZY!!!!!!!! N

          • We are so caught up in the destruction of our health care system that we can’t even focus on how they are listening in on you guys. I used to have a boyfriend who worked for AT&T–and when asked to do something, he would hold up his hands and say, “Two hands, eight hours.” We can only work on one thing at a time…I guess. Yes, our creepers should not be wiring up citizens or even leaders in other countries–friendly ones, anyway. What can we do–our so-called intelligence is now so sprawling and so many agencies, we have lost track. I do think there was some problem with our big new data center out west…

          • Star,yes, the intelligence gathering is sprawling and without limits. Just imagine how much damage intelligence in the wrong hands can do, stockmarkets manipulated, blackmailing in trade agreements, elections… oh, about elections, I am more and more convinced that the reelection of Dear Leader was somehow rigged….the trust in this leadership is forever broken.

      • I didn’t get around to posting to you yesterday about the NSA’s tracking Merkel. The other day, I posted a link about the NSA’s spying on the Mexican president and his cabinet.

        That category includes surveillance of neighboring Mexico, and in May 2010, the division reported its mission accomplished. A report classified as “top secret” said: “TAO successfully exploited a key mail server in the Mexican Presidencia domain within the Mexican Presidential network to gain first-ever access to President Felipe Calderon’s public email account.”

        According to the NSA, this email domain was also used by cabinet members, and contained “diplomatic, economic and leadership communications which continue to provide insight into Mexico’s political system and internal stability.” The president’s office, the NSA reported, was now “a lucrative source.”

        http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/nsa-hacked-email-account-of-mexican-president-a-928817.html

        We’re spying on our friends. Are we also spying on our enemies?

        Love him or hate him, Snowden surely is making life interesting.

        • Agree Mandy, Snowden certainly has a lot of interesting things to say. I, and many, many more, choose to like him for that reason. He is our Robin Hood.

          • It’s unfortunate that Snowden had to take asylum in Russia, but Obama put a lot of pressure on our allies to not take him or even allow him to fly over their countries. I’ll bet many regret knuckling under to Obama now.

          • I bet there was pressure and I bet that some regret their weakness but I certainly regret that we have cowardly leaders without spine over here in Europe. They should of course have offered Snowden asylum. They should be ashamed. Talk about human rights, freedom of speech etc is cheap. Action and inaction speaks more than words. But Snowden is the peoples hero, not the politicians. Many in my own country critizise our PM, Fredrik Reinfeldt, for being so quite about it. I suspect that NSA has some dirty secrets on him…..

      • The other world leaders need to follow Dilma Rouseff’s example and turn down invitations to the WH. Suppose they gave a state dinner and nobody came?

        • Very good idea, Julie. Image is everything for Barry and the wife. Not to be able to bask in “admiration” at social events would certainly hurt them.