Posted: 6/6/2002 7:35:43 AM EDT
where can i get one of these jobs?
I fail to see how adding another "layer" to the process is more efficient. [>:/]
If he doesn't get his act together he's going to have more trouble than he bargained for come election time!
That is why we always insist on the
principle of Information Retrieval
Charges. These terrorists are not
pulling their weight, and it's
absolutely right and fair that those
found guilty should pay for their
periods of detention and the
Information Retrieval Procedures used
in their interrogation.
Do you think that the government is
winning the battle against
On yes. Our morale is much higher
than theirs, we're fielding all their
strokes, running a lot of them out,
and pretty consistently knocking them
for six. I'd say they're nearly out
of the game.
I hereby inform you under powers
entrusted to me under Section 47,
Paragraph 7 of Council Order Number
438476, that Mr Buttle, Archibald,
residing at 412 North Tower, Shangri
La Towers, has been invited to assist
the Ministry of Information with
certain enquiries, the nature of
which may be ascertained on
completion of application form
BZ/ST/486/C fourteen days within this
date, and that he is liable to
certain obligations as specified in
Council Order 173497, including
financial restitutions which may or
may not be incurred if Information
Retrieval procedures beyond those
incorporated in Article 7 subsections
8, 10 & 32 are required to elicit
information leading to permanent
arrest - notification of which will
he served with the time period of 5
working days as stipulated by law. In
that instance the detainee will be
debited without further notice
through central banking procedures
without prejudice until and unless at
such a time when re-imbursement
procedures may be instituted by you
or third parties on completion of a
re-imbursement form RB/CZ/907/X ...
And here I was thinking all those years that the NSA (National Security Agency) had the job of, well, Nation Security. What was I thinking. Silly me. [rolleyes] [stick]
The National Security Agency's mission is that of SIGINT (Signals Intelligence) and INFOSEC (Information Security). Each and every intelligence agency owns a piece of the pie when it comes to national security, but their charters and missions are all unique with no agency having an all-encompassing responsiblity for the entire picture.
more 'government intelligence'....
do i hear another oxymoron coming?
OK, let me get this straight. The major problem (supposedly) was that before 9/11 our various lack-of-intelligence agencies weren't able to share data. So what do we do? we create YET ANOTHER agency that has to be in the game creating one more place that information has to go.
Typical governmnet response to problems. Spend more money and create even more bueracracy. That is just friggin brilliant.
All this "clearinghouse" will accomplish is more confusion and increased problems with proper flow of intelligence. The problem is we have too damn MANY agencies already.
let's not fix the broken parts, let's add more parts!
GWB must have worked in IT at some time in the past.
This whole thing is a joke. Has it occurred to anyone in the government that there was at least one "mole" on the inside of the FBI/CIA? I was in the intelligence field in the military and one thing I learned right away was that the "bad guys" always knew what we were doing and vice-versa. There are major problems in our intelligence agencies and I'm of the opinion that they should be disbanded immediately and replaced with a group of people not unlike the folks here on this forum. There's plenty of ex-military/intelligence citizens that I think would do a hell of a lot better job than what we have now.
I hope the BATF is included in this new agency along with federalization of state and local police. You civilians who aren't supporting the president 100% on this are potential domestic terrorists and need to be watched.
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