George W. Bush and Dick Cheney spent eight years choking personal privacy to within an inch of its life. After they were done, Barack Obama showed up, expressed heartfelt sympathy and stood on its throat. But despite their efforts, it isn’t quite dead. Last week, it showed definite signs of life.
It’s a great read and Chapman is right. Do not forget who voted to uphold NSA spying (and what they were paid), we will need to get rid of them during the next midterms.