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Has government secrecy gone beyond what is necessary to protect the national interests of the United States?

  • Yes, the government has become too secret.

    Yes, the government has become too secret despite the fact that Barack Obama said he'd be the most transparent president ever. Not only has it become too secret, but they've become too secret for no good reason. It doesn't help our homeland security to have a government that's super secret. It'd probably help to be transparent.

  • Government secrecy gone beyond what is necessary

    Government secrecy has gone beyond what is necessary to protect the national interests of the United States. It seems today that even more is not being told to the public to keep up under control and to not panic. They are now not even releasing stuff until it has already happened. It may be for the best.

  • They should tell us.

    Yes, government secrecy has gone beyond what is necessary to protect the national interests of the Untied States, because the government apparently keeps track of everything that we do electronically. They were not even telling us that they were doing this. This has scared us and made us afraid of our own government.

  • Very Much So

    I believe government secrecy has gone beyond what is necessary to protect the national interest of the United States. I believe the government has an arsenal of excuses as to why it needs to remain so secret but none of them are truly valid. Citizens shouldn't accept such secrecy and people shouldn't be punished for releasing valuable information, such as Snowden did.

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