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June 7th, 2013
04:10 PM ET

Obama answers outcry over NSA

CNN's Brooke Baldwin talks about the NSA's second surveillance program.

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  1. Gregg Teslovich

    If you want to know what a government spy looks they are not unlike one of my students who was an honor student and athlete. Her initial military role was flying from a naval base in Spain to monitor personal communications in countries that border the Mediterranean. Now in the US she's not looking at specific conversations but patterns that are red flagged for further analysis by computers. Patterns of crime and homicide that affect all of us. We would be a far more violent society without such intervention. As for you Constitutionalists: Change does occur and the isolated conditions present in the early 18th century are quite different from our 21st century dense populations. So, I'm willing to share all my communications if it saves one life – what are you willing to give up to help others?

    June 7, 2013 at 4:27 pm |
  2. Santa

    Never thought I'd see the day when another U.S. president would go down in history as a piece of crap of G.W. Bush proportions.

    June 7, 2013 at 9:16 pm |
  3. Mo

    I think obama is doing what's best for this country. He was handed over a crisis. I think no human on this earth would be able to wave a magic wand to make everything better night. We need to work together as a team for change. Nothing is impossible. Its just you have to work with other and put our differences on the side so we can make a difference. Good luck!!

    June 8, 2013 at 1:31 am |
  4. bbcblogger

    Nixon was nearly impeach after wiretapping one phone. Obama is wiretapping all of America.

    IMPEACH OBAMA

    June 8, 2013 at 3:54 pm |

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