Wicked Leaks

Oscar:  Hoe-lee Moe-lee we gots cables leaking all over the place.

MacIntosh:  What are you talking about.

Oscar:  We got wicked leaks in 250,000 cables.

MacIntosh:  You mean Wikileaks.

Oscar:  Yeah…we got wicked leaks.

MacIntosh:  Someone sent Wiki a data dump of secret government communications – called cables.

Oscar:  Whys did they do that?

MacIntosh:  Because they thought government should not be keeping things secret from their own people.

Oscar:  Who gave them that idea?

MacIntosh:  Obama.  During his campaign he said government should be more transparent.

Oscar:  Sos them wicked leaks is helpin’ Obama do what hes said he would do?

MacIntosh:  Yep…but it’s dangerous.

Oscar:  Leaky cables is dangerous?

MacIntosh:  Yep…there might be information that could harm someone that was participating with us in secret.

Oscar:  And peoples could be mad at them for that.

MacIntosh:  Yep.  Plus people in other countries may not feel it is safe to communicate honestly with us if they think their comments could be disclosed.

Oscar:  So if they say one thing to their peoples and a different thing to our peoples then some peoples might get mad?

MacIntosh:  Yep.

Oscar:  What if all peoples just told the truth all the time?

MacIntosh:  That’s impossible.

Oscar:  I tells the truth all the time.

MacIntosh:  Me too… but we’re just dogs.

Oscar:  Still, I’m glad them wicked leaks helps Obama keeps his campaign promise.

MacIntosh:  Now if we could get somebody to help with his promise to eliminate the Bush tax cuts.

 

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5 Responses to Wicked Leaks

  1. Ziggy and Zoe says:

    It would better that we gave the extremely small and insignificant number of actual terrorists in the world no more energy than they actually deserve.

  2. dwelchnz says:

    Democracies are messy… the alternative is unthinkable.

  3. Uncle Stever says:

    In wartime, truth is so precious that she should always be attended by a bodyguard of lies.
    Winston Churchill

    The release of strategic sites globally to the United States and its Allies this past weekend endangers us and provides terrorists with a new level of insight into planning future attacks. It should be noted that diplomatic cables have been used by belligerent and nations with no normal diplomatic ties for a myriad of issues including peace.

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