A federal judge has ordered Google to turn over 50,000 web addresses to the government, in an effort to fight child pornography according to the Feds. MSN and Yahoo have already agreed to give over search information to the government. Indeed our privacy rights are being eroded, but it seems that everyone has something to hide. There are many people who have been lying to others for years about many, many things that they should have taken responsibility for a long time ago. People right now are lying about cheating on their spouses to their husband or wife. How many of you are living a lie right now?
It's interesting why it is the government suddenly wants to keep everyone's secrets. Well, maybe we should ask old J. Edgar Hoover, a man who terrified just about everyone in Washington as head of the FBI for many years. He would invariably tell you that he that keeps the secrets is he that makes the rules. It's very interesting that the dark parts of everyone that no one wants to face may very well be in the hands of those who are offering so dutiful a service as to take our sins off our hands. For this reason the Church still takes confession, as an offer to take away our sins so they can become your keepers. Scared yet? I certainly hope so, because that is what happens when you don't take responsibility for cleaning up your own darkness.
Maybe you need to go to your local government confessional and confess your sins. Or perhaps it's time you came clean on your own. That would require you to stop living a lie and start taking responsibility for yourself and what goes on in your world. And how willing to do that are you exactly? You all talk big, but who here has the guts to take responsibility for their own darkness? Soon the Feds will start asking Google to turn over all its searches on guns. How about knives? What about explosives? How about searches on Islam? Maybe you put Bin-Laden into your search engine last week to find an article on him. What about tax loopholes? How about environmental activism?