While Jack Neworth has despises Republicans in general, conservatives in particular, and former President George W. Bush all the time, new leaked reports expose that the current White House Occupant, President Barack Obama, has been spying on world leaders in thirty-five countries, along with pretty much everyone else in the country. While there have been five terrorist attacks on this country, including the Fort Hood massacre, the fawning press has said nothing to hold President Obama accountable.
The international espionage has become inescapable, to such an extent that national leaders are appealing to the United Nations to prevent the United States National Security Administration from tapping their phone calls and infiltrating their electronic cables. For the President of Brazil to attack the President of the United States for breaches of trust and privacy should alarm all of us.
Edward Snowden, a former employee of the NSA, has received asylum in frenemy state Russia, and continues to expose the reckless endangerment, as well as officious, anti-constitutional incursions of the current administration. Even Congressman Henry Waxman has voiced concerns about the President’s national intelligence programs, which have failed to balance security and privacy properly.
One has to wonder why Neworth and the liberal media throughout the Santa Monica Bay have said nothing against Obama, yet continue to berate Bush, Republicans, and limited government advocates who have continually criticized the current administration.
I can only ask the liberals in Santa Monica the same question posed to faux-documentarian Michael Moore: “Dude, where’s your integrity?”