Ya gotta ask yerself:
If there was nothing wrong (or, as the NSA states, illegal) about the fact that the NSA was collecting metadata on all of our calls (or, as some folks claim, actually monitoring some of us), then what is the big deal about the fact that the program has been exposed?
I mean, really, what’s he big deal? Why be upset that the program was leaked? They weren’t do anything wrong….right?
Or is the Government angry because their actions are deemed ….wrong, by both the media and the populace once it came to light. One would wonder if they too felt that it was wrong (or would be judged as such) by everyone.
Yes, I know that their special
kangaroo court has determined that the data collection and/or monitoring was legal, constitutional, and correct, but obviously SOMEONE decided that it wasn’t right, and decided to keep it secret, lest they anger the sheep populace.