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[–] wesmoc 7 points -5 points (+2|-7) ago 

  1. You are paranoid. Seek help. Avoid the secret courts, though.
  2. Privacy is a concern and should always be. Information is power. Don't give yours away for free. Use your voting power to put people into office that represent your views. Patriot Act should, IMHO, be tossed out the window. 2a. If you vote, you get the right to bitch about the people in office. If you don't vote, STFU.
  3. Something to think about: Our enemies do not play by the rules. If we play by the rules, who do you think is going to lose?
  4. If you don't want embarrassing stuff to happen to you at work, don't use work computers to search for personal stuff. Save that for home.


[–] CrudOMatic 0 points 12 points (+12|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Even what we KNOW to be true is still considered a conspiracy theory to those hopelessly stuck on the government's tit.


[–] AllDancingCrap 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

About 2a. That is debatable, and pretty much not true. If you dont vote on specifics things that you are asked (directly voting for something for example in a town meeting) you still get to bitch about, because maybe you didnt wanted or liked the options available so you abdicated your right to vote but you still have your opinion.

About 2. your "voting power" is not a direct action, you have no actual power, just abstaining to vote and these people in general are the enemy, politician in general and the central government in general is the enemy although in these state is more like a enemy that you need at some point.