Thats the Question Now, Isn’t it

Conor Friedersdorf:

If I had to bet, I’d put my money on Obama having known all along. But if he didn’t know, it’s absurd to insist that it would’ve been too impractical to tell him.

Which is worse: the President not knowing what his own spy agency is doing (either because that agency is lying to him, or he doesn’t want to know), or the President knowing about it all, approving it, and then lying to the rest of the world (including those that elected him)?

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Conor Friedersdorf: If I had to bet, I’d put my money on Obama having known all along. But if he didn’t know, it’s absurd to insist that it would’ve been too impractical to tell him. Which is worse: the President not knowing what his own spy agency is doing (either because that agency is lying […]