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Even Al Gore Gets It

Al Gore: NSA's secret surveillance program 'not really the American way'

Former vice-president – not persuaded by argument that program was legal – urges Congress and Obama to amend the laws


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The Clinton Administration installed the system.

It went operational 6 months before September 11, 2001.

Backing up the world's data ever since.

Free includes debt-free!

as ron paul said

a lot more people will be coming our way on this issue.

progressives raise money for snowden's legal defense

& keep in mind the large following gore has and how they are influenced by his opinions.

yea right lol

Gore will never get it.

"A great civilization is not conquered from without until it has destroyed itself within" W. Durant

if there ever was an issue

that could bring all camps together this is it. i think ron paul would agree.

libertarians and some progressives are disturbed and acting, and speaking out.

believe me i generally cannot stand gore, but that doesn't mean he's not intelligent enough to see an over reach.

Good cop...bad cop.

Good cop...bad cop. They're all on the same team.

Never be afraid to ask simple questions.

even so

this was good news for greenwald, and i'll bet he appreciates it.

Finger in the wind

These people change their tune as the public finds out about their lies. I don't believe Al Gore suddenly "gets it". He's been a phony all along and that won't change.

true, true

but for now anyways, and it's all over a glen greenwald twitter page,
even as a header.


Gore even quoted Ben Franklin:

"Benjamin Franklin famously wrote that those who would give up essential liberty to try to gain some temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."