Former president George W. Bush said in an interview airing Monday that Edward Snowder has damaged the security of the United States by leaking information about secret programs programs Bush defended as respectful of civil liberties.<quoted text>the Bush's went to Africa and worked on their Aids charity. i can't picture Moochelle and the Chief Golfer not hanging with A-listers when they leave.
and yes, the days with Bush as president now seem like the good old days--it was tough to fill jobs--not enough candidates vs what we have now: employers not hiring because they are bracing for obamacare and more regulations and many americans have stopped looking or are forever underemployed.
Obama's legacy will have our grandchildren living in districts like in the Hunger Games.
I know he damaged the country, Bush told CNN.The Obama administration will deal with it.
Bush said he instituted the programs to protect the country and that protection of privacy was always a concern.
I put the program in place to protect the country, and one of the certainties is civil liberties were guaranteed, he said.I think there needs to be a balance, and as the president explained, there is a proper balance.
Bush, of course, dealt with similar concerns about his surveillance programs particularly his warrantless wiretapping program.
Bush, like President Obama, is currently in Africa. The two are expected to meet Monday at the U.S. embassy in Tanzania.