Skip to comments.Obama's Bat Cave: $1.9 Billion Data Center Set to Open In October
Posted on 06/08/2013 4:11:26 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVetEdited on 06/09/2013 6:32:55 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
There is no question that the big winners from last week were George W. Bush and Dick Cheney, two men vilified for years by the left, the media, and Barack Obama as eager to use the War on Terror as an excuse to violate the Constitutional rights of everyday Americans. Obama ran for president as the anti-Bush in many respects, but especially on the issue of surveillance and snooping.
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No, seriously, nobody is listening to your phone calls. I've just got a very large iTunes collection and needed a little backup.
Nuke it from orbit, its the only way to be sure.
This will be where the shadow government will be run from...
It is said that some recent technical advance has made it so that the total storage capacity inside this ONE SITE is more than the memory of rest of all of the outside world COMBINED.
And I heard when construction is complete the whole facility will be larger than all of Wash DC.
I am all for protecting the President at all costs, but this is a bit much. Let me give you my reason. It is too far from Washington DC. Wouldn’t a huge bunker in West Virginia be safer for the President? I don’t see why they chose Utah.
Well, I can just observe that all of their shiny toys seem remarkably naked in case of a serious thermonuclear exchange.
Good luck, islamoscum.
That’s going to have a carbon footprint bigger than all of central America keeping those computers cool.
YouTube, 8 min, UDC:
Colossus, The Forbin Project, Full movie, YouTube
I think it would be very, very interesting to poll members of congress right now with the simple question:
“Because of the pervasive and unconstitutional spying being conducted by the government against the American people, should this facility be shut down?”
Just imagine the tap dancing, hemming and hawing, evasion and other b.s., as they try to evade answering.
Odd that they’d put the cooling equipment on top of the buildings in such a vulnerable place. Relatively light ammo or high-speed fragments would trash those coils and lead to rapid overheating of the servers they protect. With drone technology expanding faster than government can control, these look to be glaring design errors.
its a decoy
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