Hackers have any information they want now on ANY and ALL federal employees.

Hackers, too, can get into voting computers and completely make the elections slanted…even more than Democrats do!

Hackers probably know way more about our (supposed) fight with ISIS than our Pentagon does .

Hackers probably have all of our social security numbers, our health records.


                                                      Can this be got around?

Isn’t America looking the weakest it has EVER looked?  I used to be confident that, when bad things happened to our country, our government was ON IT…that nothing really bad could happen here.

While Mr and Mrs Obama revel in the excitement and luxury of our White House, and while they say all is well here in the country……we’re a MESS.  Everything we have is known by everybody who shouldn’t have it and I’m not hearing too terribly much about that, let alone solutions.

Anything you know which could wake Obama up OR is there truly nothing we CAN do about the terrible effects of all the hacking?  NOTHING?


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27 Responses to Hackers

  1. So if the Chinese got all those SSNs, which one of Obama’s did they get, or was that part of the WH security strategy?


  2. silverfiddle says:

    Our stupid, morbidly obese feral government is supposed to protect us? They can’t even protect their own information.

    That data from OPM includes all military and government contractors. Anyone with a security clearance.

    Way to go, Uncle Stupid!


  3. “While Mr and Mrs Obama revel in the excitement and luxury of our White House, and while they say all is well here in the country…”

    Yes, as [they] bask in the sunshine of a second term our enemies revel in the weakness manifested by a nation which made it possible. The Obama’s, Clintons, et.al. are but symptoms of a much greater problem. Indeed, “we’re a MESS”! As it stands I don’t know what “we” can do about “hacking” or a whole host of other problems unless and until “we” see major changes at the ballot box. SORRY!


  4. Kid says:

    I would bet obama thinks this is great.

    If a system is exposed to the internet, there is no way to absolutely guarantee that it can’t be hacked into.
    If you’re concerned for yourself you can issue credit freezes with each of the three main credit agencies. It may cost 5-10 bucks to apply or lift the freeze.

    Details here.



  5. Mustang says:
    I suppose it is possible that someone could argue, given the amount of money “invested” in such organizations as the US Cyber Command, Department of Homeland Security, and the National Security Agency, that there is actually no reason for hackers, whether foreign or domestic, to achieve success in the theft of personal information … but then anyone making such an argument would have to imagine that the federal government is competent. Anyone thinking of the government as competent is very likely dangerously delusional. Meanwhile, Petraeus has warned the administration that our power grid is significantly in danger of attack from foreign sources and, that being the case, suggests to me that the American people need to develop a Plan B: no electricity means no buying food at the grocery store, no water, no access to bank accounts, no gasoline, no internet access, and no signal from cell towers.

    Good job, voters!


  6. Sparky says:

    Holy Cow, I hadn’t thought about China rigging the election(s)! This is a good argument for going back to using old voting booths. I hate these new electronic monsters anyway.
    “Thanks a lot” (NOT) all you idjits that voted for Turd Boy and his ilk.


  7. geeez2014 says:

    Who’d have thought that the search for the two escaped inmates could echo our own government…Apparently, the authorities are disagreeing on how to get them, the RIGHT hand doesn’t know what the LEFT hand is doing. It’s a joke.
    Just like our government!

    Mustang; I WISH people would take these threats you outline seriously. Yes, all that money, and we are defenseless.

    Kid…my nephew consults for companies fighting hacking and he is of your opinion. It only takes one employee who goes somewhere he shouldn’t…and bingo. I guess we could say “limit the company computers to clients, others within the company, etc.” but people have to Google for work, too…not just their own interests

    JB…I fear you’re right…and right also that we should ALL be SORRY!

    Ed…good point!

    SF “Uncle Stupid”…excellent ; i haven’t heard that. Who’d have thought any of us would feel the need to say that to poor Uncle Sam? But…….if the shoe fits..


  8. Lisa says:

    these things used to be taken seriously by the public when there was an “R” after the president’s name. The only thing this admin has done well is “dumbing down”. They have manged to keep people “dis-interested” in reality


  9. @Lisa,
    I agree with everything that you say. Yeah, I guess it isn’t hard to keep “people “dis-interested” in reality”. I’m waiting to see what happens when “reality” catches up with them. No, on second thought, I hope I’m not around when it does!


  10. Lisa says:

    I know John I hope it doesn’t catch up in my lifetime either.Although we are on the fast track


  11. geeez2014 says:

    Lisa….you are SO RIGHT…when there’s an “R”, people are sensitized to believing all the rubbish and capitalizing on that.
    Just the other day, I commented at some blog somewhere that “isn’t it just amazing that Democrats never seem to do anything wrong?” 🙂

    The only thing that could have been MORE fast track is if we had a Dem Congress. Oh, wait…I haven’t noticed the R’s acting like R’s, so ……


  12. geeez2014 says:

    Lisa, I’m always so happy to read your posts AND get there before the vicious liberals…..we can actually comment and not have to read their nastiness! 🙂 Great graphic today, Lisa.


  13. geeez2014 says:


    Make sure you read Mustang’s latest blog; it’s really a good one (as usual!)


  14. Thanks, Bill and Paul (Gates & Allen), for inventing the internet. Or was that Al Gore?


  15. Baysider says:

    I’ve never thought our government was ‘on it’ so I’m less surprised and disappointed. Not that this isn’t an outrage. We’ve been warned about the vulnerability of power grid to EMP and hacking for several years now, and we’ve seen a practice sortee against it with physical weapons (up north, off of I-5 a couple years or so back). And yes, it all makes us look weak.

    We’re getting the kind of ‘exposure’ the Brits got to their empire in WW2. Colonials could see how weak the structure was, and were encouraged to revolt. We are inviting trouble when we ‘look’ weak, naked before all the world.


  16. geeez2014 says:

    Mal! I wish there was some way we could stop the hackers….it is clearly impossible.

    What do you all bet that if WE were found hacking into China or any other country, OUR OWN MEDIA’d be ALL over us. (well, if there was an “R” after the president’s name, anyway). As it is, they mention it and move on.

    Have you been bugged by FOX lately with the shortness of interviews and the severity of the information covered and then, when it’s commercial time, the host suddenly smiles BIG and says “We have a hard break here…” Um…you were talking about THE GRID GOING DOWN, or IRAN GETTING NUKES, or HOW OBAMA’S SCREWING OUR COUNTRY,,etc…and then it’s “OKY DOKY…on to the commercial!

    Even MSNBC has people beyond ‘just between ads’….so you can really hear what they’re saying (not that you’d want to). And CNN does, too. They actually COVER STORIES…okay, the stories are mostly air crashes and missing girls, but they spend time on them!

    FOX: “Let’s spend the four minutes between ads on the GRID GOING DOWN…that should cover it, huh?” “Oh, and make SURE you girls doing the 6 AM weather are wearing lowcut cocktail dresses and dangling diamond earrings…and make sure you NEVER wear slacks…..”

    Ever notice how the camera’s always panning BACK to get THE LEGS IN?

    Sorry for the harangue, but…seriously, FOX? (I do know a person, only slightly, who goes on FOX from time to time who whispered to me once with her finger vertically over her lips so I know she’d not want me to mention who it is, but she said “I don’t go on too much because I won’t wear the low cut stuff”. THEY TELL THEM TO? She was walking away when she turned to say that so I didn’t get a chance if they TELL THEM TO!!)


  17. Kid says:

    Baysider, I’ve always called obama the Emperor with new clothes.


  18. geeez2014 says:

    Baysider…you didn’t feel safe in our homeland (sorry to use that term, I know some of you don’t like it, but it was a beautiful term for most of our history..!) I have felt safe until 9/11, I suppose. But only these last seven years or so have I thought we’re more screwed than even after 9/11. Definitely. And, of course, I meant “on it” in general; I agree that since computers came in and we knew things like this could happen, that we’re pretty much vulnerable. But, as far as being attacked physically before 9/11, etc., I’ve always felt/known that our country COULD defend itself. Not anymore, particularly not with an enemy who has us running around in circles because (metaphorically and in actuality) we wear uniforms and they do not. That’s a HUGE metaphor…in everyway, don’t you think?


  19. geeez2014 says:

    Kid, that’s a good one. VERY GOOD.

    Baysider, by the way….that colonial situation you describe dovetails my uniform comment (sorry, I’d only read your first paragraph when I first commented to you above)…The cockroaches are swarming every which way and we’ve got cans marked clearly RAID! They’re sneaking around avoiding our RAID and having their way with us.
    THIS is what I mean most Americans never thought could happen.


  20. Baysider says:

    I never felt our government was ‘on it’ – but that doesn’t mean I didn’t feel safe HERE until about 25 years ago (World Trade bombing #1). Now, Gulliver’s image comes to mind. Only we’re tying ourselves down with our own ropes.


  21. geeez2014 says:

    Even after WT bombing #1, I felt it was an anomaly , a ridiculous lucky hit……..maybe I’m just too optimistic. So true about Gulliver, Baysider…..OUR ROPES, yes. We’ve been given enough rope and we are certainly hanging ourselves with it. 😦


  22. geeez2014 says:

    By the way, all….I was watching some msnbc while waiting for the JEB! speech and they were tittering about his not using his last name so people wouldn’t think BUSH, but “titter titter” the ‘b’ does stand for Bush, after all (hilarious, right?) (not).
    My thought was “but the Hillary campaign is all about HILLARY….you don’t hear msnbc mention Clinton often! And SIX of them were tittering over Jeb not using BUSH…..the fun never stops, does it. Such hypocrites.
    Of course, our side’s got a fair share of that, too, but…….


  23. fredd says:

    With any luck, these hackers that have Mrs. Clinton’s emails hacked from her private server (while the government and the public are in the dark) will blackmail her and Bubba by holding their non-stop skullduggery over their heads, and perhaps drain their bank account, if any justice is to be had. That would be simply glorious.


  24. lisa says:

    Dream big Fredd
    Oh if onlh indeed


  25. geeez2014 says:

    fredd…..don’t tease us! 🙂


  26. fredd says:

    Yeah, Lisa is right. But a guy can dream, can’t he? (sigh).


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