Is It Time to Fire the House and Senate Intelligence Committees

But instead of being given a voice, opponents of giving the NSA more power through CISPA were ridiculed by the Committee. Chairman Rogers (R-MI) claimed that opposition was from 14-year old “tweeters” who just didn’t understand the legislation. By implication, the policy experts at FreedomWorks, American Conservative Union, Competitive Enterprise Institute, and fellows with Cato and Mercatus simply didn’t understand the legislation either, because they were all against it.