Chris Matthews seems to think that the public is firmly behind Bush over the NSA eavesdropping scandal.
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Chris Matthews seems to think that the public is firmly behind Bush over the NSA eavesdropping scandal. Download -WMP Download -QT (hat tip David Edwards for the video)
MATTHEWS: Elisabeth, a couple weeks ago the Democrats thought they had the president's number on this NSA spying thing and then Karl Rove came out a week ago and said: "no," this is a big winner. How is the president turning the NSA surveillance question into a winner politically?
ELISABETH BUMILLER, NYT: It took them a while. It took them about a month to get their act together on this
Think Progress proves them wrong: "Three of the most recent polls on the issue paint an completely different picture...read on"
From this Sunday's Reliable Sources on CNN, Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald pushed back at Rep. Mike Rogers' assertions that he "doesn't have a clue" about what really goes on at the NSA and that he somehow did damage to the national security of the United States by publishing his recent articles on the agency's datamining and surveillance programs. Read more...