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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by ERASER, Oct 18, 2012.
Geez -- I can't IMAGINE that there are more leaks coming from the government than the critical intel which the Obama administration happily divulges to the press corps and Hollywood on a routine basis...
STUXNET...Seal Team Six...Foreign agents working for us...What hasn't the Obama administration given up in an effort to try and pump up O's numbers?
I'd be suspicious of any government entity that feels it needs to "warn" whistleblowers.
Generally speaking, whistleblowers are usually the good guys in a conflict.
I'm personally in favor of whistle blowers, on principle. That includes Wikileaks. As long as lives aren't being placed in jeopardy, I'd rather have transparency than secrets. The people have a right to know what their gov't is up to.
Yes -- it's hard to draw a line on that national security/ peoples' lives thing, but in general, I think whistle-blowing yields a net positive.