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We are all Terrorists Now

One million Americans are on the Terrorist Watch List.

People with sinister sounding names such as Robert Johnson, Gary Smith and John Williams are are on the no fly list.

Perhaps the solution would be to detain us all and hire Chilean Mercinaries to guard us?


4 Responses

  1. The watch list list would be hilariously absurd if it weren’t so chilling.

  2. Holy catfish, look at all the errors on that list.

    Teddy Kennedy and Sister Glenn Anne McPhee were able to get their names off only because they knew someone high in the administration. What about the rest of the unlucky shmoes, like the guy returning from active duty in Iraq with gunpowder residue on his boots.

    These inevitable bureaucratic screwups are one more reason the FISA courts should not be secret.

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