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Obama: Trust government or ‘we’re gonna have some problems’!/philipaklein/status/343040853444538370

And how.

After the president finished his futile attempt to extol the virtues of Obamacare in California, he graciously took one question from a reporter totally selected at random:!/BeachwoodReport/status/343038682732834818!/CampoGroup/status/343038367736401921

How convenient. After asserting that the government isn’t listening in on phone calls:!/ZekeJMiller/status/343038621772816384

He was able to get personal:!/HansNichols/status/343039159444844545!/michellemalkin/status/343042468486455297

Weird example, Mr. President. As Jake Tapper pointed out:!/jaketapper/status/343038571436982272

To be fair, though, the president never seems to know what his administration is up to. But, he assures us, our other elected officials are totally in the loop (so you can blame them, too):!/markknoller/status/343039065580523521!/markknoller/status/343039320988471297!/DavidMDrucker/status/343038397436293120

Don’t worry! It’s all good.!/michellemalkin/status/343038827985772544

And we can all rest easy knowing that the president is committed to protecting our privacy:!/politicoroger/status/343038353303805953

Well, as long as we’re cool with “modest encroachments”:!/Chris_Moody/status/343039954995273728!/Joelmentum/status/343043963550302208!/bethanyshondark/status/343040046141677570!/jimgeraghty/status/343040607054340097!/sunnyright/status/343042146061910017

President Obama made it clear that sometimes such “encroachments” are necessary:!/ZekeJMiller/status/343039947919482880

For the purpose of national security:!/gretawire/status/343040042857553921

Fine. But the issue with Obama’s surveillance program is that it goes above and beyond Bush-era domestic security policy. Not only is Obama now sanctioning policy he had previously denounced, but he’s reportedly grown the government’s scope exponentially and cast his dragnet over all Americans rather than focusing solely on potential terrorists.

And context is everything. As Michelle Malkin noted, “revelations about Obama’s expansive collection of domestic phone call data come amidst the still-exploding IRS witch hunt scandal, the DOJ/AP snooping scandal, and the invasive DOJ/James Rosen spying scandal — not to mention the gangrenous distrust of government fostered by the stonewalling, lies, and obstruction at the heart of the Benghazi and Fast and Furious national security debacles.”

How is this supposed to make the citizenry feel more secure? Guess what, Mr. President: we don’t.!/SamValley/status/343040256616042496

And apparently that’s going to be a problem for this administration:!/charliespiering/status/343046089856921600!/DavidMDrucker/status/343041169653121025

Is that an ultimatum?!/AceofSpadesHQ/status/343059353210871808

Congressional scapegoats might “have some problems, too”:!/jamiedupree/status/343040783395463170!/jimmiebjr/status/343040907941126144

Yep, we’re in very capable hands.!/michellemalkin/status/343041654246219776

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