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NSA Admits to Willful Spying

Claims ‘rare’ occurrences were not authorized by agency under fire for surveillance

August 24, 2013

WASHINGTON (AP) — The National Security Agency said Friday that some of its analysts knowingly and deliberately exceeded its surveillance authority on occasion over the past decade and that those......

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icecream

Aug-27-13 8:02 PM

Triton, Your quote! " We are on the verge of invading another country and now that all other excuses are exhausted it will be on a claim of WMDs."

Obama's name is not G W Bush!

Another quote from you, "He has not ended the US military in the ME, if anything he has magnified it many times over and has been stockpiling hardware and manpower for over a year looking for the right lie to make us think its really OK to invade another country."

Hasn't President Obama closed out the troops from Iraq??? Isn't he now in the process of bringing troops home from Afghanistan???

How has he magnified it many times over??? What is your source of proof for these statements???

Obama is your president and mine--A MAN! He is not G-d ! It would take a miracle to clean up Bush's mess.....

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WVEXPAT

Aug-25-13 1:44 PM

Agreed with Triton's 4:09 PM post! All you need to do is look at Oldman's comment's as proof positive!

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wvhoopie2

Aug-25-13 11:12 AM

NSA did an investigation in-house and all is well and if our local government did one the same story of all is well. All cities should have to have a detailed audit of ethics and spending every 5 years. Fines and kicked out of office for failures to represent and be honest.

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dyingov

Aug-25-13 11:09 AM

oldmansvan, Both D's and R's are one-in-the-same......

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wvhoopie2

Aug-25-13 11:06 AM

If the federal government does not follow the rules, now you understand why all the local governments just do what they want. Maybe it is time for all local governments start a internal investigation and make it public and have the people and the press asking the questions not the politicians.

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oldmansvan

Aug-25-13 9:58 AM

act.

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oldmansvan

Aug-25-13 9:58 AM

Bush,s patriot.

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LogHog

Aug-25-13 8:51 AM

Cal. If you look, study those same countries before they were turned into their now current state, you would see that they didn't just get that way over night. I do doubt that you have an open mind way of thinking to be able to see what is happening to our country right before your eyes.

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LogHog

Aug-25-13 8:47 AM

This spying has been going on for years. Collecting this information on American Citizens at this moment in time really doesn't cause threats for the moment. Even though it is illegal. The problem is most don't know it is illegal and don't even care. The big problem is coming. Current or future "leaders" can and will use some of the information against US citizens for their own gain. The history of man always repeats it's self. The Zip064 comment is correct even if but a bit early in the implementation. Tyranny is gaining strength every day in America.

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Triton

Aug-24-13 4:09 PM

So when Obama went to safe political havens to give speeches about none of this was happening, then he was lying to us (again). As a pollitical mod, and a social justice liberal, it amazes me how people who call themselvess liberals could have been so fooled by Mr. Obama and his basket of buzzwords and images. When with liberal friends I get tired of the constant theme of how liberals are so intelligent..but clearly fooled by Obama and his devious campaign machine. He would end the wars? We are on the verge of invading another country and now that all other excsues are exhausted it will be on a claim of WMDs. He has not ended the US miltary in the ME, if anything he has magnified it many times over and has been stockpiling hardware and manpower for over a year looking for the right lie to make us think its really OK to invade another country. Bush was wrong? Obama does it time and time over and we make elaborate excuses. The man made fools of his supporters.

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caltransplant

Aug-24-13 2:03 PM

Zip, the fact that can post the garbage you do, without disappearing, or worse, clearly demonstrates just how much freedom you have. Try the same in any of those places that you cite in your comment, and it would be bye bye zip.

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dyingov

Aug-24-13 9:49 AM

wwuthinking, Not sure that MY duty is to report crimes! I did report a crime one time and the result(s) will make me hesitant to report a crime the next time! Long story.....

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mikeyd

Aug-24-13 9:35 AM

you admit guilt after 100% of the commoners know that you are guilty.now if 100% of the people would figure out that obama is incapable of running a country.failing at a job for this long and still being able to keep it[maybe he thinks he's good]is nothing short of amazing.

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dyingov

Aug-24-13 8:40 AM

The goberment has no clue who is doing what!

"The government's forensic investigation is wrestling with Snowden's apparent ability to defeat safeguards established to monitor and deter people looking at information without proper permission, said the officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they weren't authorized to discuss the sensitive developments publicly.

The disclosure undermines the Obama administration's assurances to Congress and the public that the NSA surveillance programs can't be abused because its spying systems are so aggressively monitored and audited for oversight purposes: If Snowden could defeat the NSA's own tripwires and internal burglar alarms, how many other employees or contractors could do the same?"

Any computer system is vulnerable, always will be.....

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dyingov

Aug-24-13 7:36 AM

The next time the IRS does an audit on your taxes just send them a letter telling them that you investigated the situation and all is well! Would the goberment accept the in-house investigation from you?

This NSA stuff stinks to holy he ll and our good congress peeps are along for the ride. Your goberment (who is the goberment?) does not think we are intelligent enough to understand!

Has the NSA denied they are collecting US citizens data? The NSA has 10,000 employees, 7,000 of them work for "private" contrators! Who is the goberment?

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dyingov

Aug-24-13 7:23 AM

"The Senate Intelligence Committee was briefed this week on the willful violations by the NSA's inspector general's office, as first reported by Bloomberg."

So the NSA does an investigation in-house and all is well!

The goberment is regulating the goberment, priceless.....

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zip064

Aug-24-13 7:22 AM

Welcome to Venezuela, Nazi Germany, the USSR and Chine and all for the low-low price of YOUR FREEDOM.

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