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  •  Leave it to me to offer a contrarian point.... (0+ / 0-)
    "The NSA has no morals but most that are active internet users do. So instead of risking someone's health, safety, or freedom some sites will elect to close."
    You may not agree with what the NSA is doing in the name of national security, but "no morals"? Really? And most active internet users do? Whatever you think of the legitimacy of their conduct, the NSA are acting within a very rigid moral structure that posits the protection of the homeland and the 300 million people within it, above all else. That's definitely a highly moral mission, whether or not you agree with their moral choices and universe.

    Coming Soon -- to an Internet connection near you: Armisticeproject.org

    by FischFry on Wed Aug 21, 2013 at 07:22:47 PM PDT

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