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In 2006, Candidate Obama Blasted NSA Spying: No President Is Above The Law

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Last Edited: June 7, 2013, 1:13 pm

In 2006, Candidate Obama Blasted NSA Spying: No President Is Above The Law

Friday, June 7, 2013

 

In the video below from 2006 Obama says, even in these trying times President George Bush is not above the law, no President is above the law.

Obama goes on to say Americans fought a revolution in part over the right to be free from unreasonable searchers, to ensure our Government doesn’t come knocking in the middle of the night for no reason.We need a way to stop terrorist while protecting liberty of innocent Americans.

Since Obama took office it’s one scandal after another, time to impeach this dictator before it’s to late.Just recently Obama was telling college student ‘Reject These Voices’ That Warn of Big Government & Tyranny.This being said from the man, the back stabber that signed NDAA.I have news for you, Government is out of control and we are descending into tyranny so fast our heads are spinning.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=yfX7RI7DGI8

 

Washinton Times.

In 2006, then-Sen. Barack Obama criticized the nomination of U.S. Air Force Gen. Michael Hayden as director of the Central Intelligence Agency, citing the controversial National Security Agency program for wiretapping Americans and collecting their phone records.

His full remarks below:

I have no doubt that General Hayden will be confirmed. But I am going to reluctantly vote against him to send a signal to this administration that even in these circumstances, even in these trying times, President Bush is not above the law. No President is above the law. I am voting against Mr. Hayden in the hope that he will be more humble before the great weight of responsibility that he has not only to protect our lives but to protect our democracy.

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Comments

1.
JAP69Comment by JAP69 - June 7, 2013, 2:36 pm
Looks like Obama stays within the law granted to him as president.

Looks like Obama keeps his distance from direct contact with individuals who may break the law.

Obama implies his desires.

Obama has his close white house staff who fall under presidental priveledge. Trying to make a connection there is futile.

His white house staff are pawns in the game if they are to be lost.
2.
MADDOG10Comment by MADDOG10 - June 7, 2013, 5:41 pm
They will, all soon be lost. Pawns and puppets.

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