Back in the USSA

Don’t miss this breaking news from Doug Ross:

RED ALERT: White House plans massive spidering operation of Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc. looking for detractors

Yesterday, The National Legal and Policy Center discovered an extremely troubling solicitation from the White House.

As if the administration’s media specialists aren’t in enough trouble — collecting “fishy” email information on citizens, for instance — a recent RFQ raises new and troubling questions.

NLPC has uncovered a plan by the White House New Media operation to hire a technology vendor to conduct a massive, secret effort to harvest personal information on millions of Americans from social networking websites… The targeted sites include Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, YouTube, Flickr and others — any space where the White House “maintains a presence.”

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Note that this is third troubling development related to White House new media operations. The first controversy erupted after the administration began collecting information on critics of the Obama health care transformation program. The second related to spam emails sent by David Axelrod, an Obama senior adviser.

Now the White House intends to harvest vast amounts of data on American citizens who use social networking sites. The scope of the program as described in the RFQ is shocking…

Go over to Doug’s blog to read about the lengths to which the Obama administration is willing to go to identify and monitor its enemies.

Alas, all those boneheads who voted for the Messiah — this is what they get…

For they have sown the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind. (Hosea 8:7)

6 thoughts on “Back in the USSA

  1. I’m not on Facebook, MySpace or any of the mentioned “social networking” sites because I’ve always been wary of putting too much information on me or my life on the Web. I’m not surprised Obama and his mob would see this as a great way to keep tabs on their growing list of enemies.

    Amazing, how the Dear Leader has turned out to be every bit the thug I thought he was.

  2. History shows the malignant potential of this sort of information-gathering. Seventy years ago yesterday, the Wehrmacht invaded Poland, beginning World War II. The invasion also initiated Operation Tannenberg, the particulars of which may be seen at

    Briefly, the operation was an effort to exterminate Poland’s elites, based on a list of more than 61,000 “activists, intelligentsia, scholars, actors, former officers, and others, who were to be interned or shot.” The Einsatzgruppen killed about 20,000 listed personnel in 760 mass killings.

  3. I have accounts on both sites but I also want to take the opportunity to warn people for another reason than snooping. Be careful, you could get viruses or trojans as those sites are popular for the makers of such malicious codes.

  4. Big Brother Obama is watching you if you’re conservative and does NOT want to be “friends”.

    Where are all the people who thought it was an unforgivable invasion of privacy when the Bush administration wanted to monitor calls from known terrorists abroad to the United States?

    But now the black Democrat Stasi President wants to information gather from his own citizens’ networking sites and that’s just ducky?

    American liberal lefties hate and monitor their conservative fellow citizens more than they do foreign terrorists.

    Liberalism is a mental defect.

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