"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams

Monday, August 12, 2013

GOP Leader keeps defending unconstitutional spying

The GOP Circles the Wagons
Republican Homeland Security Chair attacks Obama for not defending the unconstitutional NSA spying hard enough.

The Eternal Question  -  Does the "small government" Republican Party actually believe in anything?

It was only days ago that the GOP majority and GOP House Leadership worked with Nancy Pelosi and Comrade Obama to crush a revolt by House members wanting to protect the Bill of Rights.

But the GOP Elite Establishment can't stop themselves from pounding on any possible opposition to the unconstitutional NSA spy programs.

Now Republican Rep. Michael McCaul of Texas went on TV to criticize Barack Obama for inadequately explaining the National Security Agency's (NSA) surveillance program to the American people.

Obama has failed to explain the value of the NSA programs that capture virtually all electronic communications between Americans, but are intended only to spy on terrorists, McCaul said Sunday during an appearance on NBC's "Meet The Press."

"He has not adequately explained them or defended them, and now he's in a bit of a mess," said McCaul, who chairs the House Homeland Security Committee.

During a time when people don't trust the administration with their tax records, they don't trust them with their phone records either, McCaul said.

Read more:  News Max.com

January 2011  -  House reads the Constitution
Reading the Constitution.  A phony PR stunt to fool simple minded voters into thinking either party gives a crap about your freedoms.

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