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Obama on NSA surveillance: Can't have 100% security and 100% privacy

07.06.2013 16:26

The NSA’s extensive spying program is justified as it allows agents to identify “leads with respect to folks who might engage in terrorism,” claimed US President Barack Obama, adding that no one promised Americans both total security and total privacy.

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Anonymous user 15.07.2013 00:38

Then how did we do it back in the day?

Anonymous user 14.07.2013 12:45

I'll take my chances with 0% security & 100% freedom of speech, due process and publice assemblage

 

Brad 14.07.2013 11:58

"Those who sacrifice freedom for security, deserve neither." - Benjamin Franklin, the man who earned the title of "The First American".

So shut your face Obama.

Anonymous user 14.07.2013 10:54

This is the dangerous monkey yet on american soil

Anonymous user 14.07.2013 04:00

Its important to note, we cant have a 100% communist Kenya born terrorist as a president of the USA.

 

goedelite 13.07.2013 17:55

Pres. Obama: This is supposedly "the home of the brave." We do not demand 100% security. This is also "the land of the free." We do demand that our sworn presidents uphold their oaths of office - to support and defend he Constitution - 100%. You have betrayed your oath many times since January, 2009.

 

goedelite 13.07.2013 17:51

The 4th amendment to the Constitution of the US does not give 100% privacy. It permits the government to search and to seize wherever and whenever there is reason to believe a crime has been committed and evidence thereof lies in the OTHERWISE privacy of a person. All the government must do is satisfy a judge that such a belief is reasonable, and all may be examined and taken into evidence.
Barack Obama was a lecturer on the Constitution at the U of Chicago. Must I, a layperson, explain that to him. The 4th amendment is not 100% privacy. Private are his grades in college, that he has sealed.

Anonymous user 13.07.2013 17:12

Dear god, Please save us from our government.

Anonymous user 13.07.2013 16:37

"100% security" What BS! No thanks Mommy.

Anonymous user 13.07.2013 14:19

" Those willing to give up liberty for security deserve niether and will lose both " B. Franklin

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