Mike Huckabee President Obama says there is no surveillance program aimed at Americans, and no scandal about the NSA’s doings. Maybe he should tell that to the NSA…The Washington Post has obtained an internal audit conducted by the National Security Administration itself. It reveals that ever since Congress expanded the agency’s powers in 2008, it’s broken its own privacy rules or overstepped its legal authority nearly 3,000 times a year. Most of the cases are blamed on glitches or mistakes. Like mistaking the D.C. area code of 202 for 20, the calling code for Egypt, and mistakenly intercepting a large number of Washington area phone calls. Or collecting domestic emails for months before even informing the secret FISA court, which rules it unconstitutional. But don’t worry. An anonymous NSA spokesman said it’s no big deal. A few thousand illegal intrusions are nothing when you consider the millions of legal interceptions the NSA conducts. I’ll let you decide if that’s actually reassuring.