How Many “Top Threats” Do We Have?

The military says that global warming is the top threat to US security. DHS says that veterans and people with Ron Paul bumper stickers are the top threat to US security, and now NSA says that they have to read your E-mail in order to protect you.

U.S. spy chiefs said on March 12 that cyber attacks have supplanted terrorism as the top threat to the country.

US plan calls for more scanning of private Web traffic, email – Technology on NBCNews.com

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6 Responses to How Many “Top Threats” Do We Have?

  1. Andy DC says:

    Don’t forget asteroids and supervolcanoes. Or maybe the sun exploding!

  2. Pathway says:

    The biggest threat to Americans are the people running the country.

  3. ralphcramdo says:

    “now NSA says that they have to read your E-mail in order to protect you”.

    I hope they enjoy tons of spam.

  4. Justa Joe says:

    During the height of the terrorism business the Bush administration wanted to listen in on international calls to/from suspected terrorists without a FISA warrant. The press literally went bonkers and actually sued the administartion, which they ultimately lost. We won’t hear a peep out of the press on this one.

  5. Raindog says:

    It was under the Bush administration that the NSA started reading email/general internet traffic. Perhaps Obama is pushing for it to be legal?

  6. I think it was only a “top threat” for about 15 minutes.

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