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Would conservative purity on civil liberties erode under a GOP president?

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Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., electrified the audience at the Conservative Political Action Conference with a defense of civil liberties and an attack on what he argued was excessive surveillance by the National Security Agency. Though most conservatives defended aggressive surveillance policies when President George W. Bush was in power, there has been a noticeable shift under President Obama, and...

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