Snowden Has Obama's Sealed Records By The BallsSubmitted by barracuda_trader on Sat, 08/10/2013 - 06:41
The only way you get an American President to publicly come out and discuss something as controversial, highly illegal and secretive as the NSA is to have a very firm grip on said president's balls.
And this was approved and authorized by a secret judge in secret by judges in a secret court. So secret that the judges themselves are not allowed to have iPhones or Blackberries or pens and pencils. So secret that the judges themselves don't have records of their own decisions.
What Edward Snowden revealed back on June 6th, a copy of an order signed by judge Roger Vincent - an otherwise good guy. One of the first judges to find Obamacare unconstitutional on commerce clause grounds.
Nevertheless when he signed an order directing Verizon in April of this year to surrender the billing records of all 113 million of its customers - that's about 200 million households - *HE* didn't even have a copy of the order that Snowden did. That's how secret this court is. So about 20 members of Congress knew about it. They weren't, under the law, allowed to say anything. 11 members of court knew about it. They weren't, under the law, allowed to say anything. The NSA lied about it in public when testifying before a committee on which Senator Widen sat. And apparently the NSA lied about it in private in their briefings to the members of Congress.
So in order to support the program, the NSA began doing, what the Justice department is prosecuting Edward Snowden for doing. It began leaking. So the NSA leaked that it "stopped 50 plots". And then the NSA leaked that it caught these crazies in the Saudi Arabian Peninsula this week in their so-called conference call of 20 people. That sounds absurd and I don't know how anybody can believe this but that's what they want us to believe.
But look... Like Ron Paul said, "Elections are short term ventures. Revolution takes a generation."
And he is right as usual.
Did you see that puppet Baracchio tap dancing to Snowden's tune?
That's what non-violent revolution looks like.