Candidate Obama debates President Obama on Government Surveillance
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Obama Debates Himself on Government Surveillance
Whether we believe President Obama would have changed things if he could have, or that he was in on the corruption from the start, the facts remain the same: When President Obama was campaigning for the Presidency, he promised “no more illegal wiretapping of American citizens” and “no more spying on citizens who are not suspected of a crime.” Now he says NSA surveillance programs — such as the top-secret spy program, PRISM — are necessary.