At Monday night's Rolling Stones concert in Washington DC, Mick Jagger made at joke at the expense of President Barack Obama.

Jagger told the crowd, "I don't think President Obama is here tonight, but I'm sure he's listening in."

Obviously, Jagger was referencing the current NSA surveillance controversy.  According to tweets from the show, many in the audience booed.  It is unclear if they were booing Jagger or Obama.

Many have jumped on the remarks.  Kentucky Senator Rand Paul quoted Jagger on Twitter Tuesday morning.