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Obama says much, does little about spying

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President Obama’s speech Friday about surveillance and the National Security Agency was remarkable in that it spoke to the Americans people as if they were adults, capable of understanding the complexities of this controversial issue. It was also balanced, paying respect to the arguments of both sides — those who say unprecedented government snooping, including on American citizens, is necessary to stop terrorist attacks, and those who say it goes too far, violates civil liberties ...

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