President Obama argues that we should trust him that the massive internet and phone surveillance the US government undertakes is done only for the strongest security reasons and as minimally as possible. With no evidence to support his contention, we’re simply supposed to take his word for it. Should we? I explore in Souciant.
In Obama We Trust?
June 21, 2013 by Mitchell Plitnick
Posted in United States | Tagged Barack Obama, Berlin, Communism, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, George W. Bush, Gulf of Tonkin, Iraq, Keith Alexander, Lyndon B. Johnson, National Security Agency, NSA, Red Scare, Robert McNamara, Saddam Hussein, Spying, surveillance, Terrorism, The Manchurian Candidate, United States, Vietnam, Voice of America, World War II | Leave a Comment
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