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Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul (R) and Matt Kibbe, president of the conservative organizing group Freedomworks, are filing a lawsuit against President Obama and other members of his administration over the National Security Agency's collection of phone metadata, a practice they believe violates the 4th amendment. In a YouTube video released Tuesday, Paul compared the government surveillance to the warrantless searches practiced by the British military prior to the American independence. The lawsuit includes Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, Director of National Security Agency Keith Alexander and FBI Director, James Comey, as well as Obama, as defendants. Ken Cuccinelli, a former attorney general of Virginia who lost a gubernatorial bid in the state last fall, is the suit's lead counsel. In a statement released by RandPac, the main super PAC supporting the senator and his top issues, he said," We have assembled a legal team and we expect to be opposed by the vast resources of the federal government, yet I am optimistic that we will prevail, because we are seeking to protect a cornerstone of the Constitution." What are the political implications of this lawsuit for both Rand Paul and the Obama Administration? Staff Writer with The Hill Blake Neff joins Tony this morning.