Thursday, February 02, 2006

Bush Wants His Privacy but Wants to Take Yours Away


GOI: So now apparently it's legal for the federal government to spy on Americans without getting a warrant and to tap into our google searches to find out what porn we like. However, Bush doesn't want HIS privacy violated. Ohhh no. He's above the law. He's King George after all.

Remember this gem??:

story.news.yahoo.com
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Bush said on Thursday he does not send e-mail, not even to his twin daughters, because he fears "my personal stuff" would be made public.

"There has got to be a certain sense of privacy," he told the American Society of Newspaper Editors.

"I don't want you reading my personal stuff," he told the editors.

"There has got to be a certain sense of privacy. You know, you're entitled to how I make decisions. And you're entitled to ask questions, which I answer. I don't think you're entitled to be able to read my mail between my daughters and me," he said.

Sean Moulton, a spokesman at OMB Watch, a group that tracks decisions by the White House Office of Management and Budget and other government agencies, said: "This is a government that is getting worse by the day in terms of permitting the public access to information and documents that they have paid for."

GOI: And in conclusion, just because you're paranoid doesn't mean that they aren't out to get ya! What? Why are you looking at me that way???

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