• sloppyslim

    nothing to see here , move along

  • 914

    The biggest threat to our security is his agenda. That is so transparent.

  • JCDavis

    The slogan, “land of the free and home of the brave,” has been recalled.

  • LiberalNightmare

    >>

    THAT is a real mouthful coming from the guy who assured us – repeatedly – that we could keep our insurance plans and our doctors. And yes, we will be beating that horse at least until we’re dead, and if we can figure out a way, we’ll be doing it from the grave.

    >>

    Once you make it to the grave, you’ll be far too busy voting democrat to beat any horses.

    • Michael Becker

      Touche.

  • LiberalNightmare

    I’m not a big fan of Snowden and what he has done, but I’m starting to change my mind.

    • jim_m

      Snowden was great when he revealed the the obama admin was spying on Americans illegally. Then he started revealing other secrets to our enemies and became nothing more than a common spy and quite likely a traitor.

      Lefties want to force people to endorse all his actions and thereby give themselves the excuse that it is OK to ignore the bit about spying on Americans. Lefties don’t mind the Stasi as long as they control it.

    • http://www.traveLightgame.com/ ljcarolyne

      I am a BIG fan of Snowden and trust him a hell of a lot more than the Obama Regime, and like him too. Do not like, let alone trust, Obama or Hitlary, two rotten peas in a pod as they say. This Regime is nothing but a double crossing, back stabbing, greedy bunch of criminal spies.

  • Lawrence Westlake

    Don’t worry, Sparky, they’re not spending too much time spying on golf courses in Scottsdale, so you’re mostly in the clear. Horrible demographics. That aside, Obama giving a speech about NSA spying is a lot like a Tussauds’ wax figure giving a speech about museum decor. Obama doesn’t even know what his speeches contain until he’s actually reading them from the teleprompter and the real powers behind the scenes likely punted him out of the loop as early as Spring 2009. The guy is a talking mannequin. A spokesmodel. But the office is cloaked with vast, nearly plenary powers, and presidential elections nevertheless do have severe consequences. Keep that in mind when Nov. 2016 rolls around. And keep your head out of your arse when you’re in that ballot booth.

  • another dollop of daisy

    attention please-

    42 USC § 18115

    your welcome