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Why Obama’s Dubious Promise to End NSA Surveillance Is Meaningless

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Why Obama’s Dubious Promise to End NSA Surveillance Is Meaningless
President has broken virtually every promise he’s ever made

Paul Joseph Watson | Infowars.com | January 17, 2014

Barack Obama will call for an end to the NSA’s warrantless collection of telephone metadata of Americans during a speech today, but his words will be completely meaningless given that the president has broken virtually every promise he’s ever made.

“A senior White House administration official told the agency that Obama will on Friday call for an end to the National Security Agency’s collection of phone data from millions of US citizens “in a highly-anticipated speech” at the Justice Department,” reports RT.

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I'm surprised it takes a full article to sum that up

"Barack Obama will call for an end to the NSA’s warrantless collection of telephone metadata of Americans during a speech today, but his words will be completely meaningless given that the president has broken virtually every promise he’s ever made."
The End

It could also be a play on words. When did the content of calls and texts become "metadata"? Maybe it has always been, but maybe they don't collect "metadata" now or were planning to stop for their own reasons and it's just politically expedient to announce it as a big deal.

Either way, it's total crap and everybody knows it.

Duh

Ray Charles can see that.

I thought they were meaningless 'cuz they came out of his mouth

He's just doing what all good CEOs do when their Corporatocracy is collapsing: LIE LIE LIE.

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