(CNN) - A former special advisor to President Barack Obama and co-host of CNN's "Crossfire" Van Jones criticized the president's recent statements about the National Security Agency's domestic surveillance programs.
"We don't have a domestic spying program," Obama said on "The Tonight Show" Tuesday. "What we do have are some mechanisms where we can track a phone number or an email address that we know is connected to some sort of terrorist threat."
Van why are you pandering???
Go ahead track me, listen to my phone calls. Remember, no sleeping on the job! And when you see in my emails the words "terrorist", "destroy America", "burnt to a crisp", "Obama must be stopped at all costs" I'm only referring to John Boehner!
Maybe if the administration says it enough someone might believe it. Mama always said if it walks, talks and smells like a duck it"s probably a duck.
Gotta get the publicity for the show somehow.
Be careful, you're not allowed to criticize Obama. You could be audited or censored.
When everyone gives up facebook and tweeter then they can complain about the NSA.
Does he know everything is crafted by John Ashcraft? Not Obama nor any one after 2008.