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Azure-Kubernetes-Ingress. Retrieved 8 August System requirements. Size Files: 25 Mb. Download.mp4.VivietteLicense. 25 Mb. Updated:Cantor’s Statements in Support of Obama’s NSA Surveillance
December 6, 2013
David N. Cantor
In an op-ed published in The Wall Street Journal yesterday, Cantor defended President Obama’s phone call records collection as a necessary part of counter-terrorism efforts.
The paper claimed Cantor “believes the president’s job as commander-in-chief should never be hindered by excessive intervention or regulation.” The House Majority Leader did not cite a source for his opinion, but cited his earlier letters to Justice Department on privacy issues.
In his letters to the Department of Justice in December 2010, Cantor questioned warrantless bulk collection of telephone records.
In his letters to the Department of Justice today Cantor stated: “I believe the president’s job as commander-in-chief should never be hindered by excessive intervention or regulation.” The House Majority Leader did not cite a source for his opinion, but cited his earlier letters to Justice Department on privacy issues.
Not surprisingly, the White House issued a response yesterday in which Obama said his phone records program “is the least intrusive step we can take to safeguard the privacy of law-abiding citizens while still supporting vital national security efforts.”
It is revealing that a bipartisan majority in Congress is once again on record as opposing the Department of Justice’s bulk collection program.
Here is the full statement released today from Boehner:
House Republican Leader John Boehner (R-OH) released the following statement today in response to President Obama’s Executive Order announcing a new “privacy” framework for the NSA’s collection of bulk phone records.
“I am in full agreement with what President Obama said in his speech. However, I disagree with his treatment of the full House of Representatives. We were never consulted, nor asked for our input.
“In December, the House passed bipartisan legislation to set forth a number of restrictions on this program, which my administration requested. My letter to the Justice Department strongly urged Attorney General Holder to reconsider his erroneous interpretation of Section 215 of the Patriot Act. The legislation I wrote would ensure the program is confined within the