Monday, June 14, 2004

Today's America

Today's America: "Reuters today tell us just how Orwellian today's America is. The wire service leads a piece entitled 'Americans would trade rights for security - experts' with this paragraph:

NEW YORK, June 7 (Reuters) - In today's America, prisoners are held incommunicado for years, newspapers can't photograph soldiers' coffins returned from Iraq and the government can secretly track the books citizens read and the movies they watch."

Fits well with our definition of tyranny over at the Southern Nationalist

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