Sunday, May 19, 2013
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And now…. The REAL Cartoon Of The Day!
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Have a nice day!
“I have made it clear that the United States government had nothing to do with this video,” – Barack Hussein Obozo in speech to UN General Assembly following the Benghazi attack
Let’s try to stay on subject, OMG.
Obozo’s corruption IS the topic, Metro. It’s the only topic in the news worth talking about.
“Few things are harder to put up with than the annoyance of a good example.” ― Mark Twain, Pudd’nhead Wilson
In your own mind, it would appear.
No, OMG, it isn’t the ONLY topic for everyone. It is the only topic for now. It’s a useful smoke screen for the Republicans to keep the spotlight off themselves temporarily. When that goes nowhere they will find something else to hype as “the worst crime ever committed in the country.” They already have — oh, what will we call it — given the remarkable lack of creativity in the news media — probably IRSgate. All we need do to make something into a crime of treason is add “gate” to the charge. Someday, when the entire congress is finally investigated we can just call it “Idiotgate.” Actually, I would advise Issa to go after the “IRSgate’ thing harder. I think he could get more traction with that one.
There’s a piece of freeware called ‘Ghostery’ that will block all the web beacons and trackers that follow you around; I recommend it highly. Whenever you visit a site, it pops up a screen in the upper RH corner of your screen telling you how many trackers are present, and allows you to block the ones you don’t want.
Some, like Disqus, you want to allow access so you can post, but you can safely block the rest. And seriously, you’ll be shocked at how many of them there are following you about. It’s not Big Brother you need to worry about, it’s the mob of snoopy Little Brothers . . .
The Cartoon is totally on the mark.
Corporations are seeking more and more “information” about you. Yet, the news you read and hear about is so small, there is no comparison between both forms of information.
Thanks for the tip about Ghostery:)
I got it installed. Nice program too.
Listen to National Memo Editor-in-Chief Joe Conason interview influential Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR).
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