Drone on


Why does the United States need a Department of Defense and a Department of Homeland Security? Homeland Security was a way for the likes of Dick Chaney to involve the government in the everyday lives of Americans. The Central Intelligence Agency tried a similar approach during the Vietnam war but fortunately the hippie generation was able to “out” too many of the agents to allow the system work. The Department of Homeland Security is unneeded prying into our lives by any means accessible including electronic surveillance, and now, the dangerous and hated flying drones which every backwoods constable in the nation seems to have at his service.

Mr. Goodie-two-shoes Obama is the worst user of such tactics, around the world and especially on his own people. And as long as we have superficial and easily fixable things going on like “fiscal cliffs” and worker’s rights to grab the headlines, the drones drone on.

Have a great Worshday!

 

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Published in: on December 10, 2012 at 3:36 pm  Comments (4)  

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  1. It’s hard to understand how some many progressives? give Obama a pass on drones, domestic spying, Guantanamo, Israel, marijuana reform and the list goes on. They would be wound tight if this was a Republican president. and we were in the same position.

    Homeland Security is the Homeland Spying Agency. Gov’t waste at its best.

    • Good politicians always manage to push the distasteful stuff to the back burner so they can concentrate on what they have led the voters to believe is most important.
      Thanks Mark.

  2. It’s still snowing on WP. Tiny flakes are falling over gentle blue flowers and the surface of the pond in Wilanów Park. Like looking at them. 🙂

    • I think the snow flakes will look better in a snowy scene.
      Thanks, Jola. 🙂


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