Kitchen, Global--Since the disclosures of National Security Agency's surveillance on American people and the world had sparked world outcry about the NSA's privacy intrusions, two factions have emerged inside the NSA-those that oppose the mass surveillance and those that want to expand it.
NSA's conservative gay tea-party group says they will not stop surveillance until they know what is in the mind of every American, and what is under their clothes according to NSA's head chief of naked operations, Gen. Miley Cyrus.
"We have seen enough about these liberals that want to do their liberal things indoors and clothes on to hide from the public their immoral activities which undermines the values that hold this great nation together." Cyrus added, "We ask every American gay tea-party supporters including the libertarians to show their adherence to the constitution of this country and support of the small minority gay tea party in NSA who are constantly defending their constitutional right to be snooped by the big government."
On other hand, the liberal Taliban group, says that they oppose any further surveillance on American public because privacy is human and American right, and it jeopardizes the trust the world has on American due-process and human rights values.
Feel Robertson, NSA's Dick Dynasty chief of swamps and spokesperson of liberal Taliban group says his group are resolute and agree that no American should be deprived the right to privacy and be-bisexual even if that means letting the Republicans and Democrats to exchange pants on this issue. The other liberal Taliban members with their head-to-toe hijabi women present shook their heads in unison.
The international community led by UN's Burn Kick Moon says they will urgently call for the UN's 5 permanent Security Council member countries to bring this standstill in the NSA for the greater good of noble and benevolent of Al-Qaeda. The meeting will be held in Castro District in San Francisco, CA, and Sheikh Ayman Al-Zawahiri, head of Al-Qaeda, is expected to mediate this conference.