Y’know … I can’t be mad at everyone who voted for President Obama. Some of his rhetoric/propaganda was appealing.
Civil libertarians – myself included – were increasingly nervous over President Bush’s lax attitude toward the Fourth Amendment and privacy rights. They saw in Barack Obama a shift away from a War on Terror that seemed, well, “police-state”-ish. And this is what he campaigned on.
But once he got into office, things changed dramatically. Obama the candidate railed against wiretapping without warrants, snooping on Americans and intrusive government surveillance. President Obama has embraced these tactics and created entirely new methods of violating our privacy.
I’m not naive, once a candidates gets into office, the realities of the presidency can force them to alter course and change their positions on a few things. But nobody has shifted so far and so fast than President Obama.

There’s a great video of a mock debate between “Candidate Obama” and “President Obama” (below). Nothing is more startling than comparing these two quotes:

Candidate Obama: “[The Bush] administration also puts forward a false choice between the liberties we treasure and the security we provide.”
President Obama: “You can’t have 100 percent security and also then have 100 percent privacy and zero inconvenience. We’re going to have to make some choices as a society.”

 Look closely at the demeanor of President Obama versus Candidate Obama. Present-Day Obama looks tired, pensive and struggling for words. In a way, it looks like he knows what he’s saying is wrong, yet he has no choice. ENJOY THIS VIDEO!

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