That would be true, if the NSA is / was looking at everyone. That is not happening.
What is wrong with the NSA monitoring any and all traffic from a "person of interest", someone from overseas now here in the USA?
What is wrong with monitoring incoming calls from overseas, especially certain countrys, to the USA?
What is wrong with looking at a $500,000 wire transfer from Detroit to somewhere in the Mideast? Who is the sender and who is the recpient?
Obviously, this can be taken into area where it should not go, but I certainly it needs to be done.
Anti-Flame suit on!
I’m with you. What’s needed to keep this from getting out of hand is serious penalties for abuse of information gained this way. And an absolutist approach to the Second Amendment, which is, after all, the way the Founders meant for us keep government in line.
The nothing to hide argument can work both ways...
Why is the BATFE so against the Fairness in Firearms Testing Act of 2007 if they have nothing to hide? Things that make you go Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...