Blumenthal Responds To NSA Surveillance, Calls For \”Full And Fair Disclosure\” To Public

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Senator Blumenthal, responding to leaks this week illustrating the scope of NSA surveillance programs, called for \”full and fair disclosure to the American people about what\’s been done.\”

\”If it was simply widespread, random, without limitations or any sort of probable cause there may be a case that it should not have been undertaken,\” he said.

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4 thoughts on “Blumenthal Responds To NSA Surveillance, Calls For \”Full And Fair Disclosure\” To Public

  1. Justme

    After watching what the Democrats do with our freedoms and privacy, I hardly think we can trust the government to do anything objectively and fairly. Now they want us to think reasonable suspicion is the same as probable cause. Where is the media outcry these days like they did for GWB? As it turns out we could trust GWB significantly more than Obama and his crowd.

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  3. Dan Mac

    If you wonder why none of the supporters of the NSA surveillance of us ever try to explain how this comports with the 4th Amendment, there is a simple answer; it doesn’t. This is what happens when the Constitution is a living document, not something inviolable.

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