News that the United States government, through its PRISM program, has been secretly mining user data with the apparent consent of Microsoft, Apple, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, AOL, Skype and YouTube sent shockwaves through the Internet, but President Obama’s former National Security Council spokesman Tommy Vietor notes that revelations of government spying haven’t kept you from complaining online, have they?
@TVietor08: Tommy, I agree with you on a lot of things, but that tweet completely ignores the legitimate civil liberties complaints here.
— Eric Geller (@ericgeller) June 6, 2013
@TVietor08 if you've never fought in a war to protect our freedoms, I'd suggest you not be disrespectful to our brave Veterans who have.
— Lori Hoeksema (@lorihoeksema) June 6, 2013
— Melanie (@mrussRSF) June 6, 2013
you don't appreciate there r some things one chooses to say publicly, others not? Wd make for interesting reinterpretation of OTR @TVietor08
— Laura Rozen (@lrozen) June 6, 2013
— Anthony Bialy (@AnthonyBialy) June 6, 2013
@TVietor08 Sure. There's no difference at all, none, between what we can expect to be public and what we can expect to be private.
— Joel Mathis (@joelmmathis) June 6, 2013
— el Sooper ن (@SooperMexican) June 6, 2013
— … (@nicholasny) June 6, 2013
@TVietor08 that's the problem with your ilk. Sarcastic, and flippant in the face of a serious issue. Not that a fascist would care though..
— Danny (@DanielGGai) June 6, 2013
@TVietor08 Succinct demonstration of Obama administration maturity. You were an ass on Benghazi issue too, as I recall.
— the forgetler (@theforgetler) June 6, 2013
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) June 6, 2013
Hey, the administration isn’t talking, so someone had to say something to lighten the mood in here. It’s a joke, people!
For the love people…the last tweet was just a joke. Ill Instagram an apology later.
— Tommy Vietor (@TVietor08) June 6, 2013
— jon gabriel (@exjon) June 6, 2013
— Andrews Dad (@Andrew_Dad) June 6, 2013