I went to the site and read through the lists. What a ridiculous list. From the words and phrases on that I believe that literally every person I know who uses email, Facebook, and/or text messages probably generates at least one if not dozens of "hits" a day on that list. Sheesh, my kids play a lot of FPS games and talk about their "shots fired" stats. Oops, guess their on the list. My wife likes to shop at Target. Dang, she's up for review now. etc. etc.
Years ago, before "domestic surveillance" (oops, am I on the list now?) was even in vogue I had a friend who was concerned about it. Borderline tin-foil hat type, but with a twisted sense of humor. He set his tagline/signature for *all* of his emails to be something like "For my friends at NSA: nuclear Soviet Union submarine ..." Wonder whatever happened to Dave, he disappear a few years later...
posted on 05/26/2012 6:31:45 AM PDT
(Stop obama now! Stop the hussein - insane agenda!)
posted on 05/26/2012 6:43:16 AM PDT
(Our forefathers would be shooting by now.)
The words on the list also have to appear in context with other suspicious words to get flagged.
i.e. A phrase that contains “shopping” and “Target”
would not be flagged. The word “shopping” and the fact that Target is capitalized would mark the phrase as innocuous.
posted on 05/26/2012 8:08:08 AM PDT
(It is not obama we are fighting, it is the media.)
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