Thursday, July 11, 2013

Quote (s) du jour

“It is a disgrace that Obama is more concerned with hunting down Snowden than reforming these George Bush-style eavesdropping techniques."
-Oliver Stone

Funny! Obama has been expanding the scope of government eavesdropping for four and a half years, and to the looney Left, it's still somehow Bush's fault! -Proof

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  1. George W. Bush - "I Put That Program In Place To Protect The Country" -

    President Obama - “not going to be scrambling jets to get a 29-year-old hacker”

    President Obama - "My concern has always been not that we shouldn't do intelligence gathering to prevent terrorism, but rather are we setting up a system of checks and balances? So, on this telephone program, you’ve got a federal court with independent federal judges overseeing the entire program. And you've got Congress overseeing the program, not just the intelligence committee and not just the judiciary committee — but all of Congress had available to it before the last reauthorization exactly how this program works."

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    1. One could argue as to whether or not Bush went too far in eavesdropping, but in the first year of his presidency, Obama amped up the scope of the surveillance. If, in the opinion of the Left, what Bush was doing was bad, then it's a "no brainer" that Obama's program is worse. Fortunately, "no brainer" is what the Left does best! Well, that and hypocrisy!

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