Those limey pinkos at the Guardian newspaper can't really be surprised. Not only did they publish all the Wikileaks secrets a while ago but now they have been spilling Edward Snowden's beans on the US PRISM spying program so in retaliation the US army has blocked access to the Guardian website for its personnel across the country to preserve 'network hygiene'.
Looking at the Guardian newspaper they are missing out on such limey news as Prince Charles funding falls by 50%, David Cameron is off on a jaunt to Kazakhstan and how the NSA collected US email records in bulk for the past two years under Barack Obama.
Can see why that would be embarrassing so the best way to maintain the land of the free is by denying freedom of the peoplecharged with maintaining their freedom from reading about how their Government is denying their freedom. Or something along those lines.
In my dictionary a tyrannical government is described as 'a Government that uses arbitrary or unrestrained exercise of power; abuse of authority, an oppressive or unjustly severe government'. Hard to argue that Obama and his pals are not abusing their authority by secretly going through your emails, photographs, e-mails, mobile calls and texts.
Obama better hope that the NRA and the second amenders don't get their collective brain cells excited and decide that the bit about everyone being armed to the teeth as 'necessary to the security of a free State' has come to pass because he could be in a bit of trouble with the well regulated militia that has decided they are not as free as they thought.
If it does happen, us limeys will read about it first as your internet will be blocked.