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Spies Like Us: The Pooh of W.


George George
W. W.
for "Homeland Security"
sent spies to watch his own people
regardless of privacy.
George George
said to the people,
"People," he said, said he,
"You cannot move around or buy a new gown without alerting me!"

George George
W. W.
commonly thought to be dim,
called up old John Poindexter
to set up his spies for him
John John
said to George W.,
"W.," he said, said he,
"We'll set up TIA, and so in that way, we'll ALWAYS be peeping in."

Tracking our telephone records,
our credit cards and Internet
email messages, even
trips with the dog to the vet
George George
watches us closely
just like his dear old dad,
who, in his day, ran the CIA. What you vote for is what you get!

(Very quietly, now. They could be listening!)
George George
W. W.
for "Homeland Security"
sent spies to watch his own people
regardless of privacy.
George George
said to the people,
"People," he said, said he,
"You cannot make a sound or ever leave town without alerting me!"


Oh, how we wish we were making it up. To find out more about the TIA (that's Total Information Awareness) program set up by the military to spy on the everyday activities of ordinary American citizens, check out our Irregular Resource on what's going on at the Information Awareness Office.




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