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post #11 of 42
Man some people think there entitled to know EVERYTHING. Sure there should be some transparency in the government but some stuff needs to stay classified for the purpose of national security. Use your brains people! I think the large amount of support on this website is due to the fact that most are aged 14-18 and are part of the new fad of believing crap like 911 Truther, so they think the government is out to get them.


I say we stop crapdisturbing and leave classified documents CLASSIFIED.
post #12 of 42
Love the clean up. Might just have to restart what I had previously mentioned that was clearly on topic.
post #13 of 42
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Love the clean up. Might just have to restart what I had previously mentioned that was clearly on topic.
It was on topic... the replies were not. Hence the clean-up. If I leave the post intact it'll start all over again.
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Man some people think there entitled to know EVERYTHING. Sure there should be some transparency in the government but some stuff needs to stay classified for the purpose of national security. Use your brains people! I think the large amount of support on this website is due to the fact that most are aged 14-18 and are part of the new fad of believing crap like 911 Truther, so they think the government is out to get them.


I say we stop crapdisturbing and leave classified documents CLASSIFIED.
So who in your opinion should decide what is to be kept classified? The government? We the people?

I am all for national security and state secrets, but letting those in power decide what we the people should see, never works.
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I feel like EVERY thread I post in my posts are deleted a few mins later...And they are usually on topic.

Whats the point.
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I'm glad a company is able to stand up for its rights once in a while. Good job Twitter!

Offtopic:
Gov't controls the military or the military controls the gov't??? Hmmmm

/Offtopic
That'll be a junta
The US government is a mix of pseudo-democracy, fascism (government ruled by business interests) and plutocracy (ruled by the rich). No politics though
post #17 of 42
People confuse examples for off topic.
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People confuse examples for off topic.
Not my problem. All I know is that if this goes back in the crapper, it's getting locked.
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post #19 of 42
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So who in your opinion should decide what is to be kept classified? The government? We the people?

I am all for national security and state secrets, but letting those in power decide what we the people should see, never works.
Well you gotta trust the government to some extent. Thinking otherwise would be basically saying that there isn't one honest person in the White House.

None of this stuff is probably super secret anyway, or else we wouldn't be having this discussion and the NSA would have already made those with the Info disappear.
post #20 of 42
I don't like how other companies just bend over backwards in these legal cases, especially when there was not anything clearly illegal/immoral that occurred.
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