Or, rather, will ask Congress to end it.
“If there’s one person for whom that’s not true, it’s Edward Snowden.”
“[T]he mass collection and retention of personal data is in itself contrary to the right of privacy protected by the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution.”
Plus, he’s ready to negotiate with Edward Snowden.
Plus, few know what Obama meant in his speech.
Boehner to Obama: Don’t play politics with national security.
“I think what I heard was if you like your privacy, you can keep it.”
“Little more than window dressing”?
The 27.6% gap in knowledge.
“If a member of Congress is talking to an Al Qaeda leader…”
NBC: Not one attack prevented from 215 surveillance?
Do the NSA surveillance programs actually work?
“He has a cell phone, and, in fact, my guess is that they have collected data on the president’s phone.”
“As if the Charmin bear just found out what people actually do with this toilet paper.”
“To suggest otherwise is ridiculous.”
At a rate of 250 million a year?
Shocked … shocked, I tell you.
Questions and caveats.
Partnership and due process.
Repeat after me: “We don’t have a domestic spying program.”
Arrogance and a necessary rebuke.
“Almost all controversial speech harms people, upsets or offends them…”
The call to prayer and eating dog.
Testing the waters.