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      Anybody here reading them? What are your thoughts?
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      My thoughts.  Never send an email or issue a memo!  They will come back to haunt you in a high-tech/ cyber world.
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      I haven't read any of the leaked documents (and don't really care to), but I'm absolutely fascinated by the principles & the mechanics of this situation, and am following the stories daily.

      I really don't know where I am on the whole situation, but I think I'm leaning towards the "Freedom of Information" side.  Regardless of where my opinion or the story ends up, this guy has some serious balls to do this, and I admire that.
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      I haven't read them either, but I like the fact that they want Hilary to resign. 
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      He is allegedly a gay man, and some say he did it because of the don't ask don't tell issue.
      Wikileaks = a gay man in "an awkward place".
      Wikileaks = a gay man in "an awkward place".

      Read her article here.
      http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=40325

      A little snippet of the article is below.
      The two biggest stories this week are WikiLeaks' continued publication of classified government documents, which did untold damage to America's national security interests, and the Democrats' fanatical determination to repeal "don't ask, don't tell" and allow gays to serve openly in the military.

      The mole who allegedly gave WikiLeaks the mountains of secret documents is Pfc. Bradley Manning, Army intelligence analyst and angry gay. ...

      We've heard 1 billion times about the Army translator who just wanted to serve his country, but was cashiered because of whom he loved. I'll see your Army translator and raise you one Bradley Manning.

      According to Bradley's online chats, he was in "an awkward place" both "emotionally and psychologically." So in a snit, he betrayed his country by orchestrating the greatest leak of classified intelligence in U.S. history. ...
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      Three cheers for the gay man!  All of us are in an awkward place if we have to hide anything from the government.  But they can hide everything all the time.  Our government should man up.  He didn't betray the citizens of his country. 

      I've got to remember I'm not supposed to get into political arguments.  I know I'm out in left field and have nothing at all to back up my opinions.  I agree with the doc and his comment about watching what you put out there in cyberspace.  Please don't google me!!!!
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      I was talking about Julian Assange when I said he had balls for doing this.
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      lucky8s wrote:

      He is allegedly a gay man, and some say he did it because of the don't ask don't tell issue.
      Wikileaks = a gay man in "an awkward place".
      Wikileaks = a gay man in "an awkward place".

      Read her article here.
      http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=40325

      A little snippet of the article is below.
      The two biggest stories this week are WikiLeaks' continued publication of classified government documents, which did untold damage to America's national security interests, and the Democrats' fanatical determination to repeal "don't ask, don't tell" and allow gays to serve openly in the military.

      The mole who allegedly gave WikiLeaks the mountains of secret documents is Pfc. Bradley Manning, Army intelligence analyst and angry gay. ...

      We've heard 1 billion times about the Army translator who just wanted to serve his country, but was cashiered because of whom he loved. I'll see your Army translator and raise you one Bradley Manning.

      According to Bradley's online chats, he was in "an awkward place" both "emotionally and psychologically." So in a snit, he betrayed his country by orchestrating the greatest leak of classified intelligence in U.S. history. ...



      nothing like misquoting...
      wikileaks=a gay man in an awkward place???
      what is that...comprehension problem much?

      wikileaks is a news media that publishes and comments on leaked documents alleging government and corporate misconduct.

      that particular man may have been a gay man who was in an "awkward place "  "emotionally and psychologically"...and this is what lead him to betray his country by leaking classified information.

      this is only one instance in a looooooooooooong line of betrayals of leaking of intelligence.

      wikileaks certainly does not = a gay man in an awkward place, but equals many instances of betrayal to our country and other corporate players where intelligence has been compromised.

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      Maybe i have been working too hard and have not been into the world lately.. but what the heck is a "wikileak".. it sounds like something weird... like something a man would say with a bidness problem.. erm..

      :-\
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      HELLOOOOOO If you clicked on the article written by the columnist in reference to her piece on the internet she wrote that, I just copied it. wikileaks = statement. I think we all know what wikileaks is. Obviously that is why I included the article to read it.
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      Oh forgive me, thank you.... and hello
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      Imag   I thought everyone knew what wikileaks was. That is what I get for assuming.
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      Never heard of it til now, i have been working and have not been able to read what has been going on.. i will now though
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      Imagination, don't feel left out.  But anything with Wiki in it is an internet source...wikipedia, for example- an encyclopedia where you can go in and make changes or add something.  Like I added George Morgan, my grandpa...

      The big news story is this guy who created wikileaks and the leaks he got have the whole political world in an uproar because of some of the content-like the state department telling our UN folks to collect espionage-like data about foreign diplomats, etc.  Just turn on CNN or MSN or FoxNews for about 30 minutes and you'll know as much as the rest of us.
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      That is very serious stuff, but it is almost as what i quoted without any knowledge as being.. "a man with a bidness problem" lmao.. and i agree watch what you do and say in the cyber world.. eyes are everywhere even in the least expected places.. maybe lurking in your bathroom window while you are sitting with your laptop doing what you do. Cockroaches and spidars can even be equipted with microphones and tiny cameras!

      Spilling the beans and posting private docs is serious, the man must be made of iron or something...

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