Obama, Trust and the NSA
By Mark Alexander
“All men having power ought to be distrusted…” –James Madison (1787)
Last week,Barack Hussein Obamadeflected new concerns about the National Security Administration’s intrusive domestic data-mining operations, saying, “If people can’t trust … the executive branch … to make sure we’re abiding by the Constitution, due process, and rule of law, then we’re going to have some problems here.”
Barack, we have some problems here.
Amidst recent revelations that Obama’s black-bag cutouts inspired his “low-level” union cadres at the IRS to target his Patriot and Tea Partypolitical enemies list, and scripted acover-up of the Benghazi murders in order that it not derail his 2012 re-election campaign momentum, is it…
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