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June 20, 2007


Howard Weaver

I have doubts about whether text messaging (or blog commenting) will escape the dragnet, Hannah.


james charles

I'm afraid that Mr. Weaver is correct, Hannah. I am an American living in Canada and for years have assumed that my e-mails, phone calls and quite possibly mail have been monitored by the US government.


Hannah, you probably don't know it but you are in real trouble. I've heard that that many people who have been involved anti-American jihads have birthdays. In fact, it now appears that all of the 9/11 terrorists had birthdays. It is therefore not unreasonable to conclude that the song "happy birthday" which was sung "off key" (another code word?) was sung by you for the purpose of wishing someone a happy birthday.


They are listening...they always are...

You live outside the US, completely fair game according to this administration. Every one knows reporters have ties to terrorists, we have to know what they know. /snark

Abercrombie fitch outlet

As you stated, it's clear that many people were misleading some people, and from the very beginning.


Well said, such a person should be a good sentence, or the future will be more rampant.

ed hardy outlet

Well said, such a person should be a good sentence, or the future will be more rampant.

Abercrombie fitch outlet

Iraqi government leaders, deserve my tax dollars, about as much as the US leaders, who gave it to them.The citizens of America don't need their money to be spent here ? Re place those in charge, here in the US,who made the decision to give our tax dollars to anyone but our Bankers,we all know how much they need our tax dollars, don't we.SAD,SAD USA facts Again.Get your passport in order.

Air Jordans

yes you are right!

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