Tight-Lipped: Rep. Adam Smith and the Spy Nemeses Vexing America

We perused the internet trying to find some comment by Rep. Adam Smith about the outrageous spy dragnet on virtually all Americans by the Obama govt./regime, but could find nothing.  The congressman is apparently saying little or nothing about the recent events or Ed Snowden, an American whistleblower, but Smith's constituents want to know where he stands.  We believe Smith voted for both versions of the so-called Patriot Act, the original and the latter, but we're not sure (we'll have an update, soon, to tell you), so his being tight-lipped would appear to be politically convenient seeing that the 9th Congressional District of Washington state is very likely much against the spy Leviathan run by Obama's spy masters, and prior to his presidency, Bush's.  So much for "change," a word, along with "hope," that Obama has sufficiently ruined, and it'll be a very long time before any American politician can safely use either one, again.

[revised on 6/14/2013]

Related Party of Commons' posts: South King County Commons: (1.) Eye on Congress: Adam Smith Watch; (2.) Uncle Sam's Leviathan
Commoner: Spy News: Paranoid Like Nostradamus

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