Well, General Alexander makes some great points, but unfortunately this administration has been caught with their hands in the "cookie jar" more than once, spying and intimidating American citizens. The scandals, in spite of what Obama says, are NOT "phony"; and unless the United States has incorporated laws that would make Hitler's pre-WWII laws and intimidation envious, Washington does need to get a grip on what is and is not intelligence to keep America safe from terrorists.
IRS, another federal program that used its power before elections of 2012, is another example of abuse of power, as they targeted American citizens not affiliated with the "Obama" gang of liberals and sheep.
Sorry, General, but you can cry a river of tears and Americans refuse to accept what is happening under Obama's "watch". Intelligence has nothing to do with an overbearing, anti-Constitutional agenda from this so-called "transparent" White House.
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