Orwell Inverted, Wrapped Around Itself, Turned Inside Out and Rammed Through Another Dimension

NSA: It Would Violate Your Privacy to Say if We Spied on You
McCullough told the senators that the NSA inspector general “and NSA leadership agreed that an IG review of the sort suggested would further violate the privacy of U.S. persons,” McCullough wrote.

Like so many other strange political/conspiracy issues, it's hard to know whether McCullough is just incredibly stupid or evil or brainwashed in some way. I typically lean towards the evil/brainwashed explanation, as simple stupidity just doesn't give a satisfactory explanation.

The fact is, THE NSA SPIES ON EVERYTHING WE DO-- but they won't officially admit it.

In a way, I suppose their line about checking on their spying would compromise individual privacy makes some sense, in a sick way, since they vacuum up so much data every minute, but hardly any of it is ever analyzed for names. Thus, they could attach names to the data, when they looked up what they collected on us, and that would disrupt the "privacy" we have in all our communications stored by the NSA. But the whole system is sick, sick, sick, and they should at least admit they just collect everything we ever do.

The bigger question is, can any president or political faction EVER make the NSA accountable to the people or even better, just end it? The NSA is a perfect example of the unaccountable, out of control, national security bureaucracy/apparatus that has taken over our country and turned it into a veritable dystopia.