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Rand Paul on NSA surveillance

On Tuesday, Paul went on CBS This Morning to declare that is “not working” then later sparred with Fox News Channel’s Megyn Kelly –“I actually, frankly, think it makes us less safe,” he said there — then taped an appearance with Jon Stewart on The Daily Show. And that night he addressed a crowd at The Stand bookstore — co-owned by Nancy Bass Wyden, wife of senate anti-surveillance ally Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) — where he discussed his own recent book, “Taking a Stand: Moving Beyond Partisan Politics to Unite America.”
He continued his stand on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” Wednesday morning, before flying to Chicago for campaign events there. “I found things that really, really need to be addressed that it just happens to be the time to address them,” he told host Joe Scarborough. “The Patriot Act, me standing up against the Patriot Act, is one of those.”
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Curated from Rand Paul shows no sign of backing off NSA fight – The Washington Post
You don't need to spy on a happy citizen, use the money spent on collecting the huge amount of metadata in enhancing living conditions.


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