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'Patriot search'... priceless!

Given the whole Google story...
Patriot Search

Here is the site's mission statement:

Our Mission

Whether you are a normal searcher, someone trying to download illegal material, a terrorist looking to build a bomb, or just hunting porn, we at Patriot Search welcome you!

Our mission is to provide the best possible search engine to you while at the same time, making sure the government is informed should you search for something obscure, illegal, or unpatriotic.

Instead of letting the government waste tax money by going through complicated procedures to get user and search data from Yahoo, MSN, Ask Jeeves or Google, users of Patriot Search make sure their queries end up right where they belong – in the databases of the government and its various agencies.
Why not just use Google, Yahoo, or other search engines?

Other search engines often do not share your data immediately upon government request, thereby endangering the safety of your country and the well-being of you and your family. In a specific recent case, only 4 out of 5 search engines allowed the government to see "private" user data!

Only at Patriot Search can you be certain that you're helping the government the way you are supposed to – as a patriotic, obedient, and honest citizen.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Jan 20, 2006 at 12:15 PM


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