I received this email. It is pertinent to the previous post. It makes me angry and I wonder why we as a people are so docile about the intrusion into our lives by government and commercial enterprises. Please do not give me the argument that if you have nothing to hide you should not be concerned. That defense belongs to the violators of our privacy, not the violated.
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Please do not give me the argument that if you have nothing to hide you should not be concerned. That defense belongs to the violators of our privacy, not the violated.ReplyDelete
And they should be forced to use that defense more often. And by they I mean the media, politicians, regulators, lobbyists, big money contributers, military personnel ranked colonel and above, and their families and close friends. In short, everybody that's involved in propping this rotten political system.
My old man was against all this stuff. He was against social security. He was against income tax. He was a tough old bird, that went to law school from the farm. I noticed just the other day, in an e-mail, from a lady I like, a very rich woman around here, a realtor, saying we should support a current effort in the Idaho legislature, to make reporting of real estate sales manditory.ReplyDelete
I don't know how this will come out. But I do know what my old man's position would have been.
"It's none of their goddamn business" is what he would have said.
And, I feel he was right.
Your old man had it right.ReplyDelete
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