Friday, December 23, 2005

Who broke the law? (or, What is the real story here?)

See the post below for all the information you need to prove convincingly that the Bush-approved NSA electronic surveillance program is perfectly legal. In addition, it is also quite beyond question that whoever leaked the existence of the program to the New York Times acted illegally. See here.

If I were President, I would subpoena the New York Times and demand to know the source of the leak, under well-established precedent recently demonstrated in the Valerie Plame non-scandal. Then, I would prosecute the offenders to the full extent of the law.

I'm sick of Bush not playing hardball. He has no more elections to face. Use your powers, dammit!

Update: Hey hey hey, Bush has cajones after all. The Justice Department has opened an investigation into the leak of the NSA surveillance program. Let's see some more subpoenas to the NewYork Times.


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