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FISA court that oversees the NSA declares that that the NSA lied repeatedly to the court.

Haven't seen this specific story posted, but the lies and deceit tied into the NSA and its operations are becoming ever more clear, and Obama sticks his foot in his mouth each time he defends the defenseless, and now found illegal spy apparatus.

And then there is the matter of the three FISA opinions that found the NSA's action's unconstitutional...

Yet the corporate sponsors in Washington are mute, nor attempting to stand up to the MIC in any manner. How long before the public outcry is deafening? This topic should be at the forefront of every mid term town hall across the nation, it is time to bring America back.

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In the Klieg Light of the Constitution of the United States

The only way to justify sweeping all data up into a searchable haystack is to assume any datum can contain actionable Intelligence. Although this is theoretically possible, it is contrary to constitutional guarantees. The judicial branch of government has pointed this out, as described in this article. The legislative branch soon now will be modifying laws to bring this haystack approach into proper perspective, that of getting to targets in real time, and forbidding data haystacks. The executive branch will have to learn leaner and meaner ways to acquire targets What developed over these two decades, since the Cold War, evolved into a gargantuan secret state apparatus, prone to corruptible use, minimization notwithstanding . In the Klieg Light of the Constitution of the United States, this development is no longer tolerable.

The NSA might be liars

but FISA doesn't have a whole lot of room to talk. They're the ones who rubber stamp the orders from the NSA/Ocommie Administration. Sheesh.

When a true genius appears in the world, you may know him by this sign: that the dunces are all in confederacy against him. ~J. Swift

It's the kleptocrat

It's the kleptocrat government employees inventing multi billion dollar programs for tax payer to pay for. They're not going to give up their ill gotten gains easily.

and also contractors

and subcontractors that make money from these systems.