Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 21:24
Awwwwww, aren’t the liberals cute & clever? (That’s really all of which they’re capable nowadays, y’know).
Today’s episode of “Dumb-Assed Demoscum Ideas You Couldn’t Pay Us To Take Seriously” comes courtesy of the Rockhead Mountain Snooze.
Don’t want to have your phones tapped, your e-mails monitored, or your Google searches tracked by the National Security Agency?
Sign up for the “no spy list” – a creation of ProgressNow Action, a liberal internet group based in Colorado.
Or you could just…oh, I dunno…not have anything to do with Al-Qaida? Seems that’d be simpler than making a total ass of oneself.
(Or in the Demoscum’s case, any more of an ass than they already are.)
“It’s like the no-call list,” said Michael Huttner, executive director for ProgressNow Action. “We’re looking to get people in every state to sign on.”
Based on the “no-call” list, in which people can sign up to stop telemarketers from calling them, the “no spy” list is an online petition which provides a way for individuals to voice their concerns about the domestic spying that President Bush has authorized the NSA to conduct to combat terrorism.
Y’know what, Mikey baby? (Gee, why is every assclown nowdays name “Michael”?) Waddaya wanna bet that the feds’ll take your petition and slip it into good ol’ File 13 posthaste?
You know…the circular one?
“We think that this story has legs and it’s not going away soon,” said Huttner.
You shitheads thought the Bush National Guard memos had “legs” and wasn’t “going away soon”, too, if memory serves.
That is, until the memos turned out to be forgeries. Remember that?
“It’s not just the progressives and the Democrats, but also Libertarians and moderate Republicans who feel that private rights and civil liberties are being threatened by this administration.”
Ah yes. The terrorist sympathizers, the pot-smoker wannabes and the terminally spineless. All the idiots from all the villages.
Birds of a feather, after all.
Members of ProgressNow Action plan to take the names (or initials if people are paranoid about being identified) and their comments about the spying program to the Senate Judiciary Committee, which will start holding hearings on NSA’s activities next week.
Where they will be graciously and most seriously accepted by staffers – just before the right-thinkers there explode in huge-assed guffaws of laughter.