Democratic establishment unmasked: prime defenders of NSA bulk spyingQuicklink submitted by Ginger Carter Permalink
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|'Using Orwellian language so extreme as to be darkly hilarious, this was the first line of the White House's statement opposing the amendment: 'In light of the recent unauthorized disclosures, the President has said that he welcomes a debate about how best to simultaneously safeguard both our national security and the privacy of our citizens' (i.e.: we welcome the debate that has been exclusively enabled by that vile traitor, the same debate we've spent years trying to prevent with rampant abuse of our secrecy powers that has kept even the most basic facts about our spying activities concealed from the American people). The White House then condemned Amash/Conyers this way: 'This blunt approach is not the product of an informed, open, or deliberative process.' What a multi-level masterpiece of Orwellian political deceit that sentence is.'|
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