[QUOTE=2cent;558060**]“ex” to see you?** ???
And what’s so funny about taking the EO words as meaning, but not limited to, the gov’t looking forward to businesses zipping off every little thing you do on the internet - Google, shopping, bulletin boards, you name it - directly right into their dirty little hands?
But to answer your question, yes, it does.
(Really, ya got me lost on this one, Oaks.)[/QUOTE]
Just got my first iPhone and still sorting out mail replies.
That is a excellent example of govt speak. We spend hours crafting paragraphs like that all to cover up the REAL message…
Allow me to pass on another one:
Slo-Ro: You get called in by the boss and he hands you an action, looks at you and sez…sol-ro it. Sol-Ro is short for Slow Roll. And it means delay, delay till the action the item without your input due to deadlines…
Move the monkey: We are seeing this technique in the Benghazi coverup. The monkey on your back has to be constantly moved, muddle the story, change everything and blame others till what time you the people no longer believe anything and just tire of it. In this case get the monkey off of bammy’s back, then it was put on Susan Rice, who was a NON-PLAYER so in fact she could not be held responsible, but she had the monkey, the the head of the CIA, but he stepped down, now its on the Intel Chief…much like the ole 3 cup game of where is the bean under which cup and the guy moves cups around. Notice you NEVER seem to be able to pick the cup that has the bean under it.
I know this stuff well, wrote for high powered Generals and civilians as in SES and spent much time briefing at those levels…ALWAYS look to see if you can find the ‘pony under that blanket’ if you cannot, then they do not want you too.