NSA Analyst: All Americans Were Spied OnLinktv org wrote:
Yes, exactly, now your getting it.
Obama is part of the problem and is continuing over 90% of Bush/Cheney policies that benefit the top 0.1%.
For the most part.
Yep, to a Libtard it is okay because a Republican also did it. Under Bush the NSA only intercepted messages that were out of the US but Obama has greatly expanded it to over 100 times what it was under Bush.
When Bush left office, Homeland Security's budget was under $4B but now it is over $60B. That is 15 times what it was under Bush but because it started under Bush, it is Bush's fault!!!
And Bush did inhale and Monica did not swallow!!!
24 January 2009 / http://tinyurl.com/d7tjj5
According to former National Security Agency (NSA) analyst Russell Tice, millions of Americans are being spied on. Tice, who worked for the NSA as an analyst for nearly 20 years, said in an interview conducted by MSNBC that “NSA had access to all American’s communications, faxes, phone calls, and their computer communications,” regardless of their location or whether or not they made foreign communications.
During that time, the Bush administration repeatedly assured Americans that only calls to and from foreign nations might be subject to monitoring in the effort to prevent terrorist attacks like 9/11.
Even though all communications from all Americans were potentially intercepted, in interviews Tice says that even though the Agency has the best computers, it’s impossible to monitor every single American directly. Instead, he said they “look at the metadata, the signaling data for communications and ferret that information to determine what communications would ultimately be collected.”
AT&T whistleblower Mark Klein to Senate: "they’re doing a huge, massive domestic dragnet on everybody in the United States"
AT&T Whistleblower Speaks Out Against Retroactive Immunity
AT&T Whistleblower: Spy Bill Creates 'Infrastructure for a Police State'
Mark Klein, the retired AT&T engineer who stepped forward with the technical documents at the heart of the anti-wiretapping case against AT&T, is furious at the Senate's vote on Wednesday night to hold a vote on a bill intended to put an end to that lawsuit and more than 30 others.
Whistleblower Mark Klein
Mark Klein alleges that AT&T cooperated with the National Security Agency in 2003 to install equipment capable of eavesdropping on the public's e-mail messages and other Internet traffic. He worked for AT&T as a technician for over 22 years, first in New York and then in California, before leaving the company in 2004
AT&T Whistleblower Urges Against Immunity for Telecoms in Bush Spy Program / July 07, 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/7m7s6q
The Senate is expected to vote on a controversial measure to amend the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act tomorrow. The legislation would rewrite the nation’s surveillance laws and authorize the National Security Agency’s secret program of warrantless wiretapping. We speak with Mark Klein, a technician with AT&T for over twenty-two years. In 2006 Klein leaked internal AT&T documents that revealed the company had set up a secret room in its San Francisco office to give the National Security Agency access to its fiber optic internet cables.
AT&T U-Verse plans for Public Access Part 1
Mark Klein on Washington Journal