All this NSA listening to phone calls, obtaining phone records, scanning internet traffic... none of it is going to do a shade of good anymore now that those treasonous leakers put it out in the open and the terrorists know we're watching them. And you know we've got their houses bugged, and agents in their mosques.
The only place left for these terrorists to plan is in public spaces, in person, like the old days. But we've got cameras in all the public spaces! So we're safe! Go us!
Well, almost all the public spaces. We don't have cameras and microphones installed in public bathrooms or in public gym locker rooms and showers yet. Al Qaeda is going to plot again us in the shower at the YMCA or in the bathroom at the mall, and if we don't put cameras up, the smoking gun this time might be a mushroom cloud. Remember, you can't poop in private if you are dead.
Besides, if you don't have anything to hide, then what are you worried about? You don't really think the NSA is going to go after ordinary Americans for what they are doing in the bathroom and shower, do you?
And hey, lets not forget about all the female terrorists in Georgia, Sri Lanka, and Malaysia. If we ignore the female threat we're just asking for another 9/11. Actually, terrorists are probably more likely to be women next time around for this very reason. We better make double-extra-special sure we've got cameras in womens' locker rooms, showers, bathrooms... you know, all the public spaces we aren't currently monitoring.
These people have sworn to destroy America, people. Can we say that we are doing EVERYTHING we can to stop another terrorist attack? Can Bush? Not until they put these cameras in the women's showers they can't!
hooray... spying on girls going number 2!
We don't like to use the term "spying."
Actually, you can already monitor girls' bathrooms on the internet. Apparently some people already know that the next terrorist attack will be planned inside the bowl.
Yes, I do believe Japan hasn't been hit since that subway gassing thing because of their extensive toilet-cam network.