Will the recent series of revelations about the NSA and other government agencies spying on the citizens of their own countries (and those of allied nations) affect the way you vote in the next big election cycle?
If so, and if you're a U.S. citizen especially, tell me this: exactly who do you plan to vote for in order to express your concern and incite change? Can either of the two major parties be relied up to roll back government surveillance, or will a more fundamental shift in power be required?
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