President Obama has no shortage of celebrities to call on when he needs to raise funds or promote unpopular legislation, but dedicated lefties like John Cusack have long since given up on the hope and change promised in 2008. Occupy organizer and Huffington Post contributor Max Berger caught Cusack’s attention today with his criticism’s of the NSA’s surveillance efforts, which have overstepped legal boundaries thousands of times a year, according to a recent audit.

If it’s any consolation, it looks like disenchanted Obama supporters will get another chance to vote for Hillary.

Even supporters of the NSA’s mission have to admit the agency is doing it wrong, intercepting phone calls from Washington, D.C., rather than Egypt because of a one-digit typo.

OK. “Lots of damage” sounds like an improvement at this point.


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