Yes, I too am upset with the many recent revelations of abuses of power by the Obama administration. But I'm annoyed.
Back in 2004 there was a constant stream of news of abuses of power by the Bush administration. I was appalled (I had voted for him in 2000) and was even more appalled at the lack of outcry, particularly from conservatives who I thought should be defending constitutional principles and the rule of law. Instead I remember Sen. Pat Roberts of Kansas, who was chair of the Intelligence Committee, basically saying on Meet the Press that he didn't need to oversee the administration's actions because the President in conducting the war on terror was not bound by normal laws. At the time, it seemed to me Sen. Roberts wanted to role back the Magna Carta.
It has bothered me throughout the Obama years that he has continued to use some of the powers claimed by Bush. This is predictable and discouraging. I had hoped for an adminstration that would have been a radical turn away from Bush, even prosecuting the Bush people, but that didn't happen. And early in this administration many praised Obama for continuing along the same lines and not choosing to prosecute.
The prosecutions may have helped to turn us and stem the tide of abuse. Cynically, we should have known that not prosecuting meant that this administration wanted to do what the previous one had done. Sigh.
And, yes, my outrage was spent a decade ago. Pardon me if I think the people acting outraged now seem hypocritical.