Obama made the most of his Nancy Reagan funeral snub, telling the audience at the SXSW festival the government should be granted access to all cellphones and mobile devices.
U.S. President Barack Obama on Friday made a passionate case for mobile devices to be built in such a way as to allow government to gain access to personal data if needed to prevent a terrorist attack or enforce tax laws.
“The question we now have to ask is: If technologically it is possible to make an impenetrable device or system where the encryption is so strong that there is no key, there’s no door at all, then how do we apprehend the child pornographer, how do we solve or disrupt a terrorist plot?” he said.
Hey slapnuts, if tax enforcement was such a hot button issue, how come you haven’t gone after forty-one of your White House aides, George Soros, and MSNBC hosts Al Sharpton, Melissa Harris-Perry and Toure? Don’t bother replying, because we already know the answer.
“What mechanisms do we have available to even do simple things like tax enforcement because if in fact you can’t crack that at all, government can’t get in, then everybody is walking around with a Swiss bank account in their pocket.”
Yep, my problem is I keep forgetting my Swiss bank account is there, and it accidentally goes through the washing machine. Do you have any idea how difficult it is to read your bank account numbers after they’ve been riddled with Snuggle? It’s pretty f**king difficult!
No offense Barry, but I’d rather not entrust my personal data to someone who married an obvious post-op transvestive and smoked more weed than Jeff Spicoli.