Politico: Obama Oversaw 'Greatest Expansion of Electronic Surveillance in U.S. History'
Politico rips into Obama's cratering trust deficit today and makes a crucial admission that much of the media has been dancing around since the revelations hit last week about the NSA's seizing of phone records and the PRISM program. Politico describes Obama's moves as a "secret program that dragnets most phone records and much of the Internet."
The very same media that doesn't want to admit what Obama is doing is the very same media that spent years savaging President George W. Bush for doing much less. But to admit Their Precious One is Bush on steroids is probably a reality that is just too bleak to face.
This means that we will never see the media apologize to Bush, and we most certainly will never see the media push Obama to apologize to Bush.
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