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  • Lil Bear
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    I personally believe that this kind of highly classified top secret information was released on purpose. I to think that it is intended to further thier cause. Release of this type of info can or has just put our nation in a very vulnerable position. Funny how it was posted in MAY, and they are just now finding out about it! Who posted it? They knew! My wife had a fit when she heard about it.

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  • Oscar Wilde
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    [“These screw-ups happen,” said John M. Deutch]
    Uhhh....no they don't! These "secrets" have been secrets for a very long time. This was no mistake but another stage in preparation for the big show.
    O.W.

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  • unswydd
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    Originally posted by signtalker View Post
    i dont believe its a mistake, its been done on purpose. with the ways things are going these days nothing is done unless there is a purpose to it. its all part of the obama and democrats big picture along with the mysterious power brokers in controlling the public and private world sectors. it doesnt surprise me what they will do. we seen the proof of their destructiveness everyday.
    My sentiments exactly!

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  • signtalker
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    i dont believe its a mistake, its been done on purpose. with the ways things are going these days nothing is done unless there is a purpose to it. its all part of the obama and democrats big picture along with the mysterious power brokers in controlling the public and private world sectors. it doesnt surprise me what they will do. we seen the proof of their destructiveness everyday.

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  • kenno
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    You are only a paranoid if you are wrong, and maybe even then youre correct.

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  • Skyowl's Wife
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    Originally posted by Lostinoz View Post
    Yes, I read about this. Some are saying it was done accidentally on purpose while others suggest it is just more incompetence of the current administration. Me? I think it is to further the plot to bring America (Americans) to their knees to accept socialism/communism, but then, I am of the paranoid variety. :)
    Guess we are both paranoid, then.

    Everything I've seen them do is so far out of what SHOULD be done, that I can't see how they have any other plan.

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  • unswydd
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    Lol oz!!!!!

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  • Lostinoz
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    Yes, I read about this. Some are saying it was done accidentally on purpose while others suggest it is just more incompetence of the current administration. Me? I think it is to further the plot to bring America (Americans) to their knees to accept socialism/communism, but then, I am of the paranoid variety. :)

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  • unswydd
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    Wtf!!!!?????

    Has anyone seen this???? This is very disturbing to me!

    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/06/03/us...e.html?_r=1&hp

    U.S. Releases Secret List of Nuclear Sites Accidentally
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    LinkedinDiggFacebookMixxMySpaceYahoo! BuzzPermalinkBy WILLIAM J. BROAD
    Published: June 2, 2009
    The federal government mistakenly made public a 266-page report, its pages marked “highly confidential,” that gives detailed information about hundreds of the nation’s civilian nuclear sites and programs, including maps showing the precise locations of stockpiles of fuel for nuclear weapons.


    The publication of the document was revealed Monday in an online newsletter devoted to issues of federal secrecy. That set off a debate among nuclear experts about what dangers, if any, the disclosures posed. It also prompted a flurry of investigations in Washington into why the document had been made public.

    On Tuesday evening, after inquiries from The New York Times, the document was withdrawn from a Government Printing Office Web site.

    Several nuclear experts argued that any dangers from the disclosure were minimal, given that the general outlines of the most sensitive information were already known publicly.

    “These screw-ups happen,” said John M. Deutch, a former director of central intelligence and deputy secretary of defense who is now a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. “It’s going further than I would have gone but doesn’t look like a serious breach.”

    But David Albright, president of the Institute for Science and International Security, a private group in Washington that tracks nuclear proliferation, said information that shows where nuclear fuels are stored “can provide thieves or terrorists inside information that can help them seize the material, which is why that kind of data is not given out.”
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