Friday, September 4, 2009


Click the's a wonderful world.
Censoring anything in America today should raise a flag warning of the dangers.
But apparently there are some people who think everything we do, from buying guns to going to the toilet, should be government knowledge.
Cameras invade our privacy whether they help solve crimes (and are ignored at sentencing time) or simply spy on everyday activities. As you can see from the picture above, they even interfere with our perversions. (Shuckie durn.)
But it is NOT funny in reality. Not at all.
When I attended college (even though it was considered a very liberal school), spying on one's neighbor was considered an evil and something not to be done.
But our Congress (some of it, anyway) is considering a bill that a whacked out Senator from West (by God) Virginia is sponsoring. Personally I have less than "no time" for this clown.
Have a read:
This bill, as frightening as it is, could also open the door for our thoughtful and fair government clerks deciding what information you must disclose and when the government would exercise control over your computer(s) or network.
A word of advice: "Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom.
It is the argument of tyrants; it is the creed of slaves." - William Pitt,