Listening to President Obama’s press conference today, as he outlined “reforms” to the intelligence-gathering if the N.S.A., I had this thought:
He’s missing that people aren’t simply worried that abuse might be happening in the N.S.A. programs. Rather, people think the programs themselves are the abuse. People want the programs changed and limited, not simply to be more awareness of them.
What do you all think?
One thought on “Regarding Obama’s Surveillance Views”
Pingback: My concern with Obama’s NSA surveillance reforms | the long way home | Prodigal Paul