Saturday, January 21, 2006


Bush V. Google


So, as if the Bush Administration doesn't have enough trouble on its hands right now for sticking it's nose where the American public feels it doesn't belong, this week saw the Bush Administration demanding search information from millions of users of Google and other Internet companies. This information has been requested under the guise of protecting us from terrorism once again, in addition to trying to keep our children safe.

As a public service, Pressing The Flesh is happy to "bypass the middleman" as it were, and voluntarily submit our recent Google searches for public and government scrutiny. We would encourage others to do the same. If not, after all, the terrorists win, right?

Without further ado, then, is my list of recent Google searches:

Let's see.... there's this, and this, and this, and this... oh, and this, and this, and this... and... umm.... not quite sure how THIS got in here... and I would be remiss if I didn't include this, and this, and last but not least... this.

I will forward this to The White House, and would encourage everyone else to do the same.

Posted by FleshPresser at 11:08 AM /

1 Comments

  • Anonymous rimone posted at 1:22 PM  
    lol, good idea. then again, there's always patriot search. ;-)

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