Oregon Senator Ron Wyden (D) was an outspoken critic of secret CIA and NSA domestic spying programs. However, he is the leading Democratic proponent of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement. TPP is being negotiated behind closed doors by multi-national corporations, and leaked documents show that the details of TPP are to be kept secret for four years after TPP is implemented.
A simple question for Ron Wyden:
Why is government secrecy bad when it comes to domestic surveillance programs, but just fine when it comes to trade agreements?
Not a rhetorical question.