By Jason Sattler

Obama: ‘Nobody Is Listening To Your Telephone Calls’ [Video]

June 7, 2013 1:37 pm Category: Memo Pad, Politics 59 Comments A+ / A-

President Obama responded to reports that the National Security Agency is collecting vast numbers of phone records and collaborating with tech companies to track users by saying that the programs are legal and “make a difference” when it comes to fighting terror.

“Now, the programs that have been discussed over the last couple of days in the press are secret in the sense that they’re classified, but they’re not secret in the sense that, when it comes to telephone calls, every member of Congress has been briefed on this program,” Obama said during a press conference about Obamacare in San Jose. “With respect to all these programs, the relevant intelligence committees are fully briefed on these programs.”

The president insisted if any agency wants to actually listen to a call, they would have to get permission from a court to do so.

“When it comes to telephone calls, nobody is listening to your telephone calls. That’s not what this program’s about,” he said. “I believe it is important for the American people to understand the limits of this targeted counterterrorism program and the principles that govern its use.”

Obama pointed to his speech about the War on Terror last week, when he called for a review of the perpetual war America has been engaged in since 9/11. However, he also responded to a question about leaks by defending the program’s secrecy.

“I don’t welcome leaks, because there’s a reason why these programs are classified,” the president said.

“I think it’s important to recognize that you can’t have 100 percent security and also then have 100 percent privacy and zero inconvenience,” the president added. “Were going to have to make some choices as a society.”

The Guardian‘s Glenn Greenwald, who published the warrant that created the media firestorm around the NSA’s activities, thinks that calls for a debate over governmental spying are too little, too late.

“It’s well past time that we have a debate about whether that’s the kind of country and world in which we want to live,” Greenwald told CNN’s Piers Morgan. “We haven’t had that debate because it’s all done in secrecy and the Obama administration has been very aggressive about bullying and threatening anybody who thinks about exposing it or writing about it or even doing journalism about it. It’s well past time that that come to an end.”

That such a debate can actually happen in a Congress that is largely complicit with this program is extemely unlikely.

“Rather than challenging the administration’s authority to secretly interpret and enact laws, however, Congress instead twice authorized them to keep everything a secret,” Joshua Foust wrote in The National Memo. “Last year, Ron Wyden, a Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, tried to prohibit secret legal rulings. He got voted down. That same year Senator Jeff Merkley, also a Democrat, added his own amendment to the renewal of the 2008 wiretapping law. His amendment was voted down by a strong margin in both parties.”

 

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  • ObozoMustGo

    Hmmmm…. if only we all just trade more of our liberties to government, well then we’ll be safer. Right? Uhhhh…. how’d that turn out in the Boston bombings? Yeah, right. Sure, sure.

    Here’s a nice little quote from your messiah, Obozo, the Hypocrite-in-Chief.

    Have a nice day!

    “This Administration also puts forward a false choice between the liberties we cherish and the security we demand. I will provide our intelligence and law enforcement agencies with the tools they need to track and take out the terrorists without undermining our Constitution and our freedom.

    “That means no more illegal wire-tapping of American citizens. No more national security letters to spy on citizens who are not suspected of a crime. No more tracking citizens who do nothing more than protest a misguided war. No more ignoring the law when it is inconvenient. That is not who we are. And it is not what is necessary to defeat the terrorists. The FISA court works. The separation of powers works. Our Constitution works. We will again set an example for the world that the law is not subject to the whims of stubborn rulers, and that justice is not arbitrary.

    “This Administration acts like violating civil liberties is the way to enhance our security. It is not.” – Barack Hussein Obozo, August 2007

    • stcroixcarp

      What did you conservatives think would happen when the Patriot Act was passed? Progressives like Bernie Sanders, and Russ Feingold warned us! There were many of us liberals screaming about unreasonable search and wire taps with out warrants. I made phone calls and signed petitions and begged congress not to do it. At that time anyone who spoke up was called a traitor.

      • ObozoMustGo

        carp… You are correct. As I stated in my response to Metro, I wrongly supported the Patriot Act at the time. That was changing for me before Bush left office. But what puzzles me is why you guys are NOT freaking out when Obozo reauthorizes the Patriot Act. What about the NDAA and its authorization for the government to capture and interrogate an American indefinitely without charge and without notification and without legal counsel? Why aren’t you guys pitching a fit over that? The Tea Party was dead set against it. Aren’t these things that ALL of us should agree on? We can fight over policies and other matters, but some things we should stand arm in arm on. It’s those things that make us Americans. It’s our civil liberties that connect us, not our party affiliations.

        I will say that I have no problem with warrantless wire taps of foreign conversations with known and suspected terrorists and the web of people that they communicate with. But broad swipes of ALL Americans’ commmunications is WAAAAYYYYYYY over baord. I’m not saying that Obozo is using the information in scrupulous ways, though after the IRS abuse and spying on journalists it would not be out of the realm of possibility, but the problem is who will be in charge in the future and how much further will they push the envelope of intrusion with even more insideous technological advances? You see, that is the real problem. Obozo would not have ANY authority to be doing this kind of snooping if his predecessors were not given any authority. I don’t care who the party in charge is, the political winds shift, and then it’s either your ox getting gored, or mine. I think we need to get to a point as Americans that, while we can fight over politics, we should not allow anyone’s ox to be gored by an overreaching and intrusive government. If your civil liberties are violated, then so are mine.

        Have a nice weekend, carp!

        “The urge to save humanity is always a false front for the urge to rule it.” – H.L. Mencken

        • Dana Es

          Congress, our Legislative branch, could change that law in the future. Since Democrats seem to be raising the most fuss over it, maybe you should vote a straight Democratic ticket next time around?.

          Personally, I’m not concerned about the government reading my e-mails and checking out my calls or WEB activity. I’m not doing anything of interest or suspicious to them. I’m more concerned about people setting up cameras in bathrooms and locker rooms or taping my private conversations in person.

          By the way, even under the previous President, your calls were sometimes monitored if you happened to have a relative or friend in the military stationed in the Middle East whom you called or who called you

          • ObozoMustGo

            Dana… I don’t care what party lable someone has. I am only intersted in their committment to traditional American values of individual liberty, the sovereignty of the individual, private property and free market economics, and the subjugation of the government to rights of citizens. NOT the subjugation of the citizen to the demands of government. Any candidate that supports those values has my vote, and I don’t care if they in the Dog Ass Sniffing Party.

            I’m glad you don’t care if government is spying on you, but that doesn’t mean I, or a hundred million others, have to accept it. No one argues with the government’s responsibility to track bad guys. They should. But it’s supposed to be targeted toward those individuals, not broad swipes of ALL Americans.

            If their broad swipe of ALL Americans was supposed to help them stop terrorists, why did Boston bombing happen? Even after they were tipped off 3 times by Russia to the FBI and CIA? How could that be? I will tell you how that is. The bombings were not stopped because they are not using the phone conversations and records for securtiy. This is an administration that banned the use of the term “radical Islamic terrorism”. No. It’s not security of the American people. They are using them for political purposes JUST LIKE they used the IRS for political purposes and the DOJ spying on journalists for political purposes. It’s security allright, but the security Obozo speaks of is his own ass! Don’t make any mistake about that.

            And under Bush, the warrantless taps were on international phone calls with known and suspected terrorists, NOT all Americans.

            Have a nice weekend!

            “Politicians are like diapers; they need to be changed often and for the same reason.” ― Mark Twain.

          • Dana Es

            I’m not quite that paranoid as to believe everything any politician does is for political purposes. The facts just don’t add up to that.
            By the way, I can verify that during the Bush Presidency, it wasn’t just taps on phone calls with suspected terrorists — one of my AMERICAN relatives had an AMERICAN career military son stationed in Iraq. They sometimes exchanged phone calls. Imagine her surprise when an attempt she made to place an order from a European country was at first refused. It seems our government program at that time had taken note of her communications with someone in Iraq and she’d been placed under suspicion. It did get straightened out, but it had stemmed from checking phone calls made by an AMERICAN to her AMERICAN son, who happened to be serving our country.

      • itsfun

        Obama campaigned saying he would stop that kind of stuff and it would never happen if he was elected. That is how much you can believe anything he says.

        • plc97477

          He needs to get his own staff in order to get his ideas going. With the senate filibustering any people he chooses for his positions we are stuck with the people baby bush put in.

          • itsfun

            There aren’t any Bush people left on staff. The Justice Department people are all Obama’s. I think he may the same kind of mistake Carter made when choosing his staff. Too many people without and national experience.

      • bikejedi

        So they warned us huh ? What are they doing now ? uh Nada because it is their guy and he is aiming it at anyone who he thinks is a dissenter .

    • metrognome3830

      “Well, there you go again!” — Ronald Reagan
      Your Libertarians, Republicans, Tea Partiers and Democrats in sufficient numbers, rallied ’round the flag and signed the Patriot Act, OMG. Now it’s time for those who were against it to say, “I told you so.” Now you can’t return and whine about illegal wiretaps and electronic surveillance, because now they’re not illegal. It’s the same old crap. We make laws to curtail the “bad guys.” But then those laws turn around and bite you in the ass. Then we only want them used against people we disagree with. Not against US! Damn! that’s not what we meant, is it.

      • ObozoMustGo

        Metro, I will not lie. I supported the Patriot Act when it was first proposed. Unfortunately, at the time, I trusted the guy running the show when it came to national defense. Lesson learned. I was wrong. I have learned more and understand that laws survive political leaders. This is why you guys on the left should be equally appalled at the abuses of power under the current Obozo regime as you were under the Bush administration. Because when the political winds shift as they do, your asses on the left are next. Does that make sense to you? I did not hear any of you guys on the left freaking out about Obozo reauthorizing the Patriot Act. Do you remember the NDAA???? What did we hear from The Memo and the congo line of so-called media when that was passed? crickets……. crickets…….. crickets…….. crickets….. What did we hear when Bush was wiretapping FOREIGN conversations from very select few calls from known places that harbored terrorists? FREAK OUT! What do we hear when Obozo is collecting emails, chats, telephone calls, all communications of what is now HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF AMERICANS? crickets……… crickets………. cricket…….. crickets…….. Why do you guys care about foreign conversations from terrorists, yet excuse the intrusion into ALL Americans’ lives? I don’t get it, except that I know that to be a leftist is to be a hypocrite.

        Have a nice day!

        “After we win this election, it’s our turn. Payback time. Everyone not with us is against us and they better be ready because we don’t forget. The ones who helped us will be rewarded; the ones who opposed us will get what they deserve. There is going to be hell to pay. Congress won’t be a problem for us this time. No election to worry about after this is over and we have two judges ready to go.” Valerie Jarrett, closest advisor to President B. Hussein Obozo

        • metrognome3830

          Don’t feel bad, OMG, a lot of people supported the Patriot Act — obviously. I had mixed feelings about it. But mostly, it worried me. And at this point I am definitely opposed to snooping into people’s private affairs (and no, I haven’t had an affair in 21 years. I have finally settled down). I believe there are many people on the left and right opposed to spying on our citizens. I am. And I don’t accept Obama’s defense. That may be what he thinks is going on. I’m a lot more suspicious. The FBI is bad enough, but I need to check. I can’t remember if the CIA was once again allowed to do domestic spying. I am especially concerned about them. However, FREAKING OUT is not something I believe in. Freaking out almost always brings out an opposite reaction from those who love freaking out — usually for fun and profit. So don’t include me in the “you guys” category. Frankly, OMG, I have historically been very difficult to categorize. It keeps the enemy off-balance and they hate that. I feel comfortable with letting people do what they want as long as they don’t try to tell me what to do. And as long as it doesn’t interfere with others safety and with their freedom to follow their own dictates.
          “I don’t care what they do as long as they don’t do it in the streets and frighten the horses.” — I don’t remember who said it, but it could have been Mark Twain.
          Have a good day, OMG!

        • bikejedi

          Only one problem with your theory . Most of the times when the Republicans are in office they don’t play dirty like the Dems . They simply aren’t as good at it

          • ObozoMustGo

            I agree with you, Jedi. They are NOT nearly as good at the dirty pool as the DemonRATS. This may be due to the fact that leftist ideology necessarily requires lying to sell itself, while the pitch for liberty and freedom for individuals requires honesty. Not that all of either DemonRATS or Repubs are 100% honest or 100% liars, but the scales of deceit are certainly in favor of Dems.

            Have a great weekend!

            “It could probably be shown by facts and figures that there is no distinctively American criminal class except congress.” — Mark Twain

  • sigrid28

    Well, the government is not going to overhear much of value by culling my cell phone conversations because I can hardly make them or receive them or pick up my voice mail, unless I have a ten-year-old to help me. What most of us communicate daily on these devices is what we in the old-fashioned communication business like to call NOISE. So I’m not overly concerned about the government having what amounts to a giant sieve for sifting out the messages that might stop terrorist acts and save lives. I feel about the NSA more the way I suppose the English felt about the British secret service code breakers in the Second World War or Parisians trying to dupe the German Occupation felt about the French Resistance. It is a patriot choice to tolerate information gathering, even if it is intrusive, to achieve the greater good for the nation. There is still a thing or two we can learn from the Greatest Generation.

    • plc97477

      They don’t actually listen in on phone calls just notice who you call and how long you talk. If they want to know how long I talk to my mom each week they have my permission.

  • Germansmith

    Obama
    Because you are the President and should know, I am going to trust you that nobody is keeping a record of my phone conversations (which sometimes may include my SS# as well as my bank accounts, or a pin number or many other bits of info that can be used to steal my identity and my money)
    And if you are the President and knows what really is happening in your executive branch…….?
    Should I assume you also knew about the IRS policy targeting groups for additional scrutiny and paperwork? Should I also assume you knew about the AP Reporters investigation? Should I also assume you are aware of the missteps that took place in Benghazi that led to the loss of life of Americans?
    I am also going to assume you know the price increases for health insurance that are already on the plans of insurance companies for January 1st as we all have to comply with Obamacare minimum coverage requirements beginning of the year. Of course a lot of people will also qualify to get subsidies so they do not care as long as Daddy Taxpayer will continue to give money to Uncle Sam.

  • silence dogood

    No teleprompter. No clue. This group belongs in a clown car. Makes ya sick !

    • ObozoMustGo

      Short and on point! hehehehehehehe

    • plc97477

      National memo hasn’t shoed me at all.

  • ArchiesBoy

    I hate this. However, I want to know not only if this number tracking is necessary, but whether or not it’s actually preventing terror attacks. If I knew it was doing that, I’d feel a bit better about it. Times are a helluva lot more dangerous than they used to be. There are times when secrecy is necessary, and there are things that go on for the benefit of the citizenry that they need to know nothing about.

    • lana ward

      OHitler is not doing this to stop terrorists, look how many times we have been attacked. He ‘s spying on Americans and you know it!!!! I told you he is a dictator—-and he;s just getting started!!!!

  • latebloomingrandma

    There are too many idiots currently in Congress to have any serious, intelligent discussions about the plethora of this nation’s problems. Reasonable people can only negotiate with other reasonable people. We are in sad shape.

  • bikejedi

    I have to believe even Liberals are tired of all of his LIES . No one can believe a word he says and even the Uber Liberal NY Times says he has lost all credibility . So While I think Liberals wont admit it in the open when they search their own feelings they don’t believe a word he utters . No one should trust what he said in these telephone issues I mean this is the guy who lied to the World for weeks about Benghazi and Blamed it on You Tube . He continued to LIE about it even after the Intelligence Community told him that it was a Terrorist Attack . He went to the U N and made a fool out of this whole country by Lying . So He has no credibility and his treasonous acts with the IRS AP and the Fox reporter should show anyone with common sense that he doesn’t care about Constitutional limits in theses areas .

  • http://www.facebook.com/dominick.vila.1 Dominick Vila

    Listening to the people that are obsessed with the Benghazi tragedy complain about the tactics used by our intelligence agencies highlight not only a heavy dose of hypocrisy, but ignorance beyond description. How do these morons think the NSA, CIA, FBI, and other intelligence agencies gather information needed to minimize the probability of terrorist attacks? Do they think our enemies walk around with a sign on their foreheads that read I am a terrorist? Information gathering has been routine since at least the J. Edgar Hoover days, and it was authorized to be used at home when the Patriots Act was drafted and signed.
    Our problem is not the fact that precautions are being used to keep us safe, but that those precautions and the technology being used to process are not efficient enough to eliminate the threat of terrorism in its entirety. Having said that, kudos to our intelligence agencies for a job well done.

    • bikejedi

      Why don’t we ask the Tzarnov’s ? I mean they were known terrorists and they weren’t looked into but every Conservative is . It is one thing to surveil it is another to use the Intelligence community to spy on Americans because they are Conservatives . Everyone with a functioning brain ( sorry Dominick ) knows this and can see it plain as day ( once again sorry )

      • http://www.facebook.com/dominick.vila.1 Dominick Vila

        The NSA is not interested in listening to the conversations that people like me have with our grandchildren, or those between my wife and our daughter regarding sales or coupons. There are risks inherent in the freedoms we enjoy, and precautions must be taken to limit those risks and minimize the probability of people like the Tsarnaev brothers or the nut that learned how to fly at Embry Riddle University in Daytona Beach, Florida, to carry out their acts of terrorism. Oops, I apologize profusely, hopefully Mr. Issa, our Middle Eastern implant, will not read this post, I meant terrorist attack.
        We live in a dangerous world where people consumed by hatred and intolerance are likely to commit the most heinous acts against people who often oppose violence and have never hurt anyone. The most fascinating part of this latest attempt to demonize President Obama is that it is focused on a concern we all share, and one that elicited robust support from the Republican party, including the establishment of the Patriots Act. The latter not only made domestic surveillance legal, it made it an integral part of our governmental functions, and for good reason. The last thing any of us should look forward to I another massacre on U.S. soil, regardless of who carries it out.

        • bikejedi

          Well you are right . The NSA isn’t interested in your stuff because they have already analyzed it and know you are in the tank . For Conservatives out there and independents that is probably not the case . Lets ask the IRS and the DOJ how fair and even handed they have been . Having seen this regimes vindictive use of the intelligence community/ Justice Dept to target those who disagree with their Communist views I dont think those people share your view . Big Brother is watching you . Maybe Obama should use those tools to profile ISLAMIC TERRORISTS instead of American Citizens he doesn’t like .

    • Robert P. Robertson

      Clear and on point, my friend

  • itsfun

    Are we actually suppose to believe anything this guy says? My only problem with him is I can’t decide if he is a criminal or just plain incompetent.

    • Mary Ann Hoogeveen

      Did you have a problem when George W Bush issued a presidental order in 2002 for the same thing? Don’t bother answering that I think i already know the answer.You can put up with President Obama for 8 years,We had to put up with the village idiot from texas who almost destroyed our country.

      • lana ward

        Are we swimming in scandals yet LOL, One after another!!! LOL You can only get away with lies for so long LOL

        • Mary Ann Hoogeveen

          Did you have a problem 2002 when Bush issued the presidential order to do the same thing? Probably not!

          • lana ward

            Bush used it to find terrorists, and it worked. OHitler is using it to spy on everyone, just like a dictator does. He’s not interested in finding terrorists, look how many have already made it to their targets

          • Mary Ann Hoogeveen

            What are you afraid of ,they can listen on my phone calls all they want.Put your big girl patties on and get over losing the election.We had to put up with the village idiot from texas who almost destroyed our country.

          • lana ward

            OHitler condemned this when Bush did it. And now he has taken it a million times farther. A dictator, that’s what he is. Plus all the other snooping his Government is doing. And you’re defending him. Fool!!! There is more to come and I don’t think he will survive, so you better take your big girl panties off or they’ll be soaked!!!!

          • Mary Ann Hoogeveen

            Get back on your knees and do what you do best and you can watch Faux News while you are down there.Poor little sheep.What are you going to do in2016 when Hillary wins in another landslide?

          • lana ward

            Heil OHitler!!! LOL

          • lana ward

            You need to ask Clinton about Monica on that!!! LOL!!! In the Oval Office no less, what class!!! LOL

      • itsfun

        I have a problem with Obama saying in his campaign that he would put a stop to these actions, instead he has increased them. If any President is trying to destroy our country it is Obama with his lies and the criminal activities of his administration:

        months of lying about Benghazi; Five different time frames.

        the IRS scandal

        the Justice Department secretly obtained extensive records on reporters’ phone calls;

        the news that many high ranking officials have illegal secret email accounts;

        the EPA giving farmers names to lawyers;

        Secretary Sebelius pressuring companies to give money to get around congressional limitations.

        Fast and furious

  • itsfun

    We can really believe what this guy is saying after

    months of lying about Benghazi;

    the IRS scandal which is now slowly beginning to reach into Washington;

    the report that the Justice Department secretly obtained extensive records on reporters’ phone calls;

    the news that many high ranking officials have illegal secret email accounts;

    the EPA giving farmers names to lawyers;

    Secretary Sebelius pressuring companies to give money to get around congressional limitations.

  • Mary Ann Hoogeveen

    Where was the outrage when George W Bush did the same thing by presidental order in 2002?

    • lana ward

      You can’t see the difference!!!! LOL LOL LOL. Told you OHitler is a dictator–and he’s just getting started

    • plc97477

      That was a repug. It is allowed for repugs to look into anything they want to as far as lana is concerned.

      • Mary Ann Hoogeveen

        I’m sure Lana is a member of the teaparty,which owns the GOP.
        The teaparty = The American Taliban

  • Robert P. Robertson

    I never had a conversation with that woman, Candi, on the phone-sex hot-line. We only talked about dinner and a movie—- oh shit, how do you delete!

  • lana ward

    Everything this “guy” has ever said is a lie. And we’re supposed to believe him now LOL LOL LOL!!!!!!!!

    • Fern Woodfork

      Go Clean Your Funky Ass House Bitch Cat Shit Is All Over The Place From Those 333 Cats You Been Hoarding And Did I Give You The Message From President Obama??? He Said Pucker Up And Kiss His Black ASS BITCH!!!!

      • lana ward

        I wouldn’t touch that black thing for anything. He probably has aids. I’ll let Reggie Love kiss his ass

        • Fern Woodfork

          That’s Why You Always Talking About Him Cause You Are In Love With Him The Same Reason Your Nasty Ass Keep Coming Here On This Web Site You Love It Here!! To Bad Nobody Like Your Lying Ignorant Tea Bagging Ass!!

          • lana ward

            I don’t lie, sorry. You’ll see

          • Fern Woodfork

            That’s All You Been Doing Is Lying You Must Be Sick In The Head !! You Say Romney Was Going To Win He Didn’t All The Bullshit That Come Out Your Mouth Is A Damn LIE!!!

      • silence dogood

        You have the IQ of a fern. How are you alive since I don’t imagine you have enough brain cells to tell your lungs when to breath.

        • Fern Woodfork

          I’m Alive Living Good ,Working And Breathing Well With Plenty Of Money!! You’re Nothing But An Ignorant Bum Why Don’t You PUCKER UP AND KISS MY ASS BITCH!! Do As Your Name Say Dog Boy And Shut The Fuck Up!! TROLL!!!

          • silence dogood

            Once again proving my point………

          • Fern Woodfork

            Yeah That You Are A Stalking Asshole Who Needs To Shut The Fuck Up!! Yep I Say You Did ASSHOLE TROLL!!!!!

  • FT66

    Any functioning government has to do whatever it takes to make sure its people are well secured. The government can’t let people be attacked or die because of the little leisure which some are claiming it is their right & privacy. If that is the case that you need privacy, why not protect yourself privately against terrorists. Folks should understand that the government understands the limitation of surveillance and how to conduct it.

  • tax payer

    I got an email from Obama yesterday, so I deleted it and didn’t read one single word, so I wonder what he wanted since he can’t run for President anymore. Maybe he wants permission to take another trip, but if that’s the case I will say ( No Amigo ) 100 million is enough for you this year.

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