/// NSA Needs a Zoloft After Obama No-Show, But Here Comes Internet’s Wrecking Ball Letter
In a fascinating, only-in-the-Beltway story, the Washington Post is reporting that morale at the National Security Agency is in the doldrums over the controversy related to questionable surveillance techniques that has given the government a decidedly sinister image. And that apparently makes the spies very sad. “Morale has taken a hit at the National Security Agency in the wake of controversy over the agency’s surveillance activities, according to former officials who say they are dismayed that President Obama has not visited the agency to show his support,” wrote Ellen Nakashima, about the the 23 miles not traveled by the commander-in-chief, up the Baltimore-Washington Parkway to Fort Meade in Maryland, where the NSA is headquartered. “Supporters of the NSA say staffers are not feeling the love.” It’s like Fed version of “Wrecking Ball.” (Except thankfully without Miley Cyrus and twerking.) Let’s sing together: I came in like a wrecking ball I never hit so hard your code All I wanted was to break your (fire)walls All you ever did was hack me Yeah, you, you haaaaack me Not so former President George W. Bush, who was a gentleman when he paid a visit to show his support after another NSA excessive spying scandal in 2006. But President Barack Obama has gone all Liam Hemsworth-cold and the NSA is feeling wronged. “It’s become very public and very personal,” according to one former official that Nakashima quoted “Literally, neighbors are asking people, ‘Why are you spying on Grandma?’ And we aren’t.” Grandma gets a pass from smartphone invasion?
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NSA Needs a Zoloft After Obama No-Show, But Here Comes Internet’s Wrecking Ball Letter
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