Regarding Top-Secret Government Information…



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  1. Gene says:

    It’s a much deeper problem the government hiding information! That’s just the result of the breakdown in moral leadership in our society reflected in our politicians, who spend 100% of their time getting re-elected instead of governing, and a failed media which no longer holds the system accountable to the people, but joins in the secrecy, the corruption, and the power structure!!!

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  2. Phil says:

    YES!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. Linda Grabis says:

    After I saw the results of yesterday’s stocks I wonder if we’re falling off the “cliff”. Will Obama be able to control the republican congress. What has he got up his sleeve. Will tax cuts end and hurt the economy.

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  4. John McLees says:

    I also think that the mainstream media keeps too many secrets. If both sides of the political world got equal treatment, we would live in a much better country.

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  5. Dan Shackelton says:

    America the land of the free. The stability of one’s livelihood and standard of living should be reasonably quaranteed. When those are threatened by government waste and dishonest practices by law makers, that is when there will be another revolution.

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  6. richard schauman says:

    The media also controls what we are told.The media supported Obama..Why wasnt it ever brought out, even by Romney, that the bailout of General Motors came at the expense of the Bondholders of G.M.? Obama illegally and unethically took away the bondholders rights and gave their money to the unions. Why does NOONE speak up about this. He was no hero in saving G.M. the bondholders were!!

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  7. Ted Sharp says:

    “Secrets” are the security of military and diplomatic matters. In a free republic there can never be secrets in domestic matters. The public owns the government hence the government owes the public truth and transparancy. Failing truth and transparancy we are dealt tyrany.

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  8. G. Fujio says:

    I feel that the secrets that the Government is withholding is growing because they in power want to keep the power. “They”are using the information to there advantage and need this to keep the public at bay. I read an article by Porter Stansberry that talks about how Obama is going to stay in office till 2020. He talks about a lot of power the President will have in the future and I think these are the secrets that they are keeping from us. Yes I believe you should look into this more and let us know what the secrets are.

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  9. Chuck Potter says:

    What brought down the great “Civilizations” of the past like the Mayans, Incas, Rome was merely “lack of belief” from the same people of those advanced civilizations. Our governments today are playing a dangerous game keeping just enough economy going so we do not suffer too much and perpetuate the belief in our system with “stingy” returns.

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  10. Wm. Casner says:

    The educational system in our country must share some responsibility in the abysmal ignorance of our population. They have corrupted people’s minds with the foolishness that the government is the answer to our problems. When will American’s stand up and demand the truth, instead of allowing the media to define it for us?

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  11. Albert R. Close says:

    Just look at the government’s reaction to Bradley Manning’s alleged disclosure of government secrets to Wikileaks. He has been imprisoned for 3 years without trial and is potentially facing the death penalty.

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  12. Natalie OJ says:

    Congress needs a major overhaul & clean up but who can we turn to when no one can be trusted?

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  13. Jack Savoski says:

    I could never understand during the debates, with everyone proclaiming about how they were going to control China, nobody brought out the fact that after GM was supposedly saved by receipt of our tax dollars, they opened a new Cadillac Manufacturing plant in China. Not the U.S., China. Why didn’t someone speak up against this?

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  14. Floyd Harrell says:

    I’m afraid the government, the main stream media and the law of the land are all so corrupt that a coming revolution is inevitable.

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  15. Anthony says:

    Be VERY careful. these organizations are an extremely clannish sub culture that can inflict devestating harm to anyone who is percieved to be a threat. Credit rating, rumors,threats,IRS audits,personal reputation, “accidents” to name a few. Privacy is obsolete.

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  16. johnnie l smith says:

    It started back in the garden, fast foward to taking the 10 commandments out of schools,then the wars, the towers, and now, for a brief moment we reflect, what’s been happening to the ideal democracy. If we can’t count on our ‘(mis)’-representers to do the RIGHT THING, morally, ethically & common sense wise we don’t have to let them take us down w/them. VietNam vet67′ I used to hate politics and this is why!

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  17. Maurice Haff says:

    If you want to “clean up ” Congress, start demanding term limits… no more than four for the House and two for the Senate. At least demand that they reduce their rich retirement plans to no more than are received by our military service personnel. Return elected positions to one of tempory service to the public, rather than a career service. Eliminate corporate contributions to campaigns and PACs… in fact only allow public funding with strict limits.

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  18. William Freeman says:

    The government requires most information that would be harmful to our national interests to be secret. The problem is, using this as a cover up for inept or illegal actions by the government, or people who work for the governmnet

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  19. harrybeach says:

    The economy and unemployment will take a big hit in wrong direction in 2013 when the affects of Obamacare regulations and higher taxes become effective I believe there will serious consequences when money to pay the quote “Gimmee People “runs out & that time is coming Small Business People will be hit very hard Government has failed US

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  20. genee says:

    secrecy is, and has been, one of the major ills of governments for a long time, and not only on the domestic side. It has become fairly clear that the main reason gov’ts keep secrets is because they know they are either are doing or are going to do, something wrong, unethical, immoral … and most likely set themselves up to take unfair advantage of their own people, or another country, to steal some form of wealth, which will lead to war – all wars have been about wealth in some form.

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  21. DR Buck says:

    The “number” of secrets is not as important as their content. If the secrets are to protect national security and will be made public when the crisis is past, that’s one thing. If they are to protect a Fascist Junta, i.e., collusion among a select group of governmental officials, international financiers and corporate execs, that’s another.

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