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John Negroponte gave his first national security hearing today to members of the Senate and it was a war. Democrats raged about the threats of the domestic surveillance program against American citizens. The Republicans simply said, "They're not doing that."
From the New York Time article:
Senator John D. Rockefeller IV of West Virginia, the Senate Intelligence Committee's ranking Democrat, compared the administration's public disclosures of limited information about the N.S.A. program in the six weeks since it was first disclosed to what he described as a similarly misleading use of intelligence before the war in Iraq.
You know what... I'm beginning to think the biggest threat to our national security is the administration. They start wars we don't want and get our people killed. They wreck our economy, spy on their citizens and all kinds of other things they do to hurt the American people. We don't need a dictator... a fascist authoritarian running the show. We need someone intelligent who, on occasion, will follow the law.
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posted by Stithmeister @ 12:06 AM
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