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Aug 15, 2013
Dilbert and TSA- Those airport "security" measures are a fraud they don't make us safer- by throwing a broad net it weaken the ability to scrutinise people who are real threats deeply enough and airport still have load of security weak-points after all they are basically shopping malls- people have accidentally walked straight into secure areas.
Aug 15, 2013
Yeah I knew my comment wouldn't get a lot of traction here but I don't care.

Scott was a good little Republican and didn't complain at all 2001-2008 about loss of privacy.
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Aug 14, 2013
You have to remember its your fault when they (government (intelligence community/military)) fail to prevent not their idiocy or in-fighting or simple lack of understanding of any other people in the world. Even though they were given any powers that they wanted.
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Aug 14, 2013
In this case, NSA stands for National Sh@t Agency.
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Aug 14, 2013
If he doesn't do it, the turrerists win.
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