Reporter Destroys Lindsey Graham's Defense of NSA Surveillance

I am not sure what bothers me more, Graham being described as "right wing" or me posting something from MSNBC. Yuck. 
To go behind this charade, we must note what MSNBC and Graham have in common; They are both Progressive's, and as such, they need to get "out in front" of this story as best they can.  
Graham as a Republican (in name only) defends the Obama regime and the MSNBC commentator and admitted Socialist Lawrence O'Donnell and his guest, Progressive Report Glenn Greenwald, set Graham up as the straw man in which they are able to attack conservatives as a whole, and thus lay government spying programs at the feet of conservatives by which they really mean the Tea Party and the Christian right.  
Meanwhile, their hero Barry Soetoro, who has signed off on this mess, is in it up to his eyeballs.

Glenn Greenwald, the reporter who broke the story of the NSA's indiscriminate collection of Verizon customers' phone records, takes on Sen. Lindsey Graham's (R-SC) arguments defending the program and dismissing its threats to Americans' rights and privacy. While Greenwald mistakenly labels Graham's position as right-wing, the progressive journalist lays out a strong conservative case for constitutional rights and limited government powers.