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Never Forget September 11, 2001


Today is the 18th anniversary of one of the most horrific events in our nation’s history. On September 11, 2001, we were attacked without warning by foreign Islamist terrorists who succeeded in murdering nearly 3000 human beings, injuring another 6000, destroying buildings and infrastructure worth billions of dollars, and leaving a lasting legacy of sickness and yet more death among the families of the murdered as well as among those who bravely responded to the attack.

Let us never forget.

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Big Bro is Watching You!!! (Open Thread)

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Now we know for certain what we’ve suspected all along.  Obama is Big Bro.  Yesterday, the UK’s Guardian newspaper did the citizens of the U.S. a huge favor by revealing that our government has put out a dragnet for all of our digital communications. Don’t be fooled. It IS for ALL of our communications. They’re building a huge storage facility in Utah that will be “online” soon. Continue reading

Big Brother Is Watching and Listening to YOU!

© Miri WTPOTUS December 11, 2012

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Listen. I thought that I was wildly exaggerating when, tongue-in-cheek, I asked whether the next step in the loss of our privacy will be the government forcing companies to record people in elevators or taxi cabs. How wrong I was! In the Obamanation, NOTHING is too ridiculous, extreme, or dictatorial.

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