Do you care if the National Security Agency collects records of your phone calls?
Asked at Massachusetts Street on May 12, 2006
“No, because they know that I called, but they won’t know what I said. Unless that’s not how it works, then I would care.”
“Well our rights are our rights, and that impedes on everything we as Americans believe in. It doesn’t really bother me personally. I guess it’s kind of comforting that they’re working on something, but it really is a violation.”
“Yes, I do, because it’s none of their business who I call. That’s as simple as I can put it.”
“I’m not doing anything wrong, so I don’t care if they have my records. I think it’s important to have that privacy; but if they really want to listen in, then I say go for it.”