Perfect! That one boom-worthy tweet captures exactly what the NSA’s sweeping, not-so-secret-now surveillance of Americans’ phone records means.
Fox News’ Steve Doocy isn’t the only one feeling that way.
Now we're all James Rosen. #NSA
— Razor (@hale_razor) June 6, 2013
Guess we all have now been "Rosened" http://t.co/joD7s86PZQ "#NSA
— The Coupon Junkie (@maryneis01) June 6, 2013
Now I know how James Rosen feels. #NSA
— Hilary (@hplem) June 6, 2013
We are all part of the Rosen family now #verizon #nsa
— Darren Davis (@ddavis539) June 6, 2013
So is this a good time for that “I Am James Rosen” video? #NSA #Verizon
— dixie dodd (@dixieldodd) June 6, 2013
Oh, and for the “Bush did it toooooo!” crowd:
Recall Bush 'warrantless wiretap' program required a) calls originating overseas or B) person suspected of AQ ties. This one is EVERYONE.
— jimgeraghty (@jimgeraghty) June 6, 2013
Twitchy CEO/founder Michelle Malkin has a lot more on the glaring differences between George W. Bush and Barack Obama when it comes to NSA surveillance.
Is it crucially important to consider 1) the creeping, creepy surveillance-state context in which this current administration operates and 2) the naked contempt this current administration has shown for the privacy rights of its political enemies?
Hell yes, absolutely.
Today, we are all James Rosen.
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