Thursday, July 18, 2013

NSA Spying Under Fire: 'You've Got a Problem'

Via avordvet


 The sponsor of that bill, Rep. James Sensenbrenner, R-Wis., said Wednesday that Congress meant only to allow seizures directly relevant to national security investigations. No one expected the government to obtain every phone record and store them in a huge database to search later.

As Deputy Attorney General James Cole explained why that was necessary, Sensenbrenner cut him off and reminded him that his surveillance authority expires in 2015.

"And unless you realize you've got a problem," Sensenbrenner said, "that is not going to be renewed."

Complete piece @ Newsmax


  1. indyjonesouthereJuly 18, 2013 at 6:47 PM

    There is a new Barnhardt piece up on this as well.

  2. Lots of wind, lots of bluster in the end nothing will change. Republicans want the surveillance as much as Democrats. It is all a distraction until they can slam the cell door shut.


    1. & the administration has certainly furnished us with plenty.