First, the reason I am here is to try and get this organization to say the soldiers should not be ignored during War. For that I need help from people posting here. My initial, direct emails failed.
Second, whereas Americans are forbidden to support the soldiers in this War, they are allowed to maul the prior Administration over current NSA excesses. Since that is permitted, Americans flock to it. You cannot as an American help our soldiers during this War, but you can decry procedures used during it. The first is deemed to hurt the Democrat Party and so is barred by the Republican and Democrat leadership. The second does not hurt the Democrat Party, as long as the blame falls on the prior Administration.
My goal is to discourage enemy soldiers for the sake of the soldiers currently fighting. I have failed miserably. The measures enacted to prevent another 9-11 for the most part worked. It is the current Administration which employs them against political enemies. But you are not allowed to say that (I just did). You are allowed to attack the prior Administration and thousands do. Hopefully you conclude it is wrong during War to be pressured to ignore our soldiers, just because it is deemed to hurt the fortunes of the Democrat Party if you help the soldiers.
NSA was allowed to track the enemy’s attempts to do more attacks on American soil.
The New York Times did all it could to help the enemy overcome it. Its leaks helped the enemy.
Meanwhile, NSA and those doing similar work had to stay quiet so they could continue to protect us.
Once the new administration came in, suddenly the New York Times befriended the NSA, as did the Administration’s other political allies.
And then the NSA began doing more than it should, as did the IRS, and who knows how many other federal agencies, all to benefit the Administration politically.
Those excesses need condemned. We are at war. What was meant for protecting us during war, should not be tapped to advance a political party. That appropriation should be condemned.
You have an administration during war ignoring the war so as to focus on political gain.