My .02: It sucks that this is happening — been happening, more to the point, in one form or another for quite some time. But objectively speaking, I can sort of accept the national security argument.
I look at the difference btwn the abuse of power, and the abuse of people. The clandestine nature of the program tilts toward the former. But until — and if ever — the latter becomes evident, I can live with. I can dislike it — and I do — but there are worse things. And in that context, I really prefer that Congress get behind the POTUS and start putting as much effort into jobs, education, equal rights, and the economy as has gone into Scandalmania.
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