If we did it, it's cyberterrorism. If they do it, it's law enforcement.
They are part of the government, you are an individual citizen. Do you somehow not see the difference? Is this a difficult point for you?
When was the last time that you personally passed a zoning ordinance and fined people for not obeying it?
When was the last time that you personally arrested and imprisoned someone after their appeal to your personal court failed?
When was the last time that you imposed and collected taxes?
Does any of this ring a bell?
A few of them probably should be hung for treason.
Until you can reliably discern the difference between the powers wielded by a government and you as an individual citizen you aren't really qualified to make any claims of treason.
Morally, every black hat should be targeting these agencies to cause as much damage to them as possible -- because the damage they're doing to our freedoms is immeasurable.
What could possibly go wrong? And of course "black hat" hackers are not a problem in any way.
To the extend that you aren't "free" it appears to be mainly due to being captive to some crank ideas.
Thanks, America, for leading the charge in fucking up the planet.
Unserious and apparently unmedicated.
Will your spleen be empty any time soon?