Sunday, June 9, 2013

Hayden Defends Current Snooping

Gen. Michael Hayden, former head of the NSA and CIA, has said that the National Security Agency snooping programs are "very effective."  Hayden defends the spying program that Barack Obama has expanded as necessary and important.

From the article:
"As a senator, Obama voted against Hayden's nomination to head the CIA because of his NSA background. But as president, Obama has expanded the surveillance program, adding to the volume to what is collected, Hayden said. Obama also added oversight mechanisms and put the program under congressional authorization rather than under the president."

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