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- Jul 16, 2005
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President Bush wants Congress to broaden the government's powers to eavesdrop on private conversations without court approval. VOA White House Correspondent Scott Stearns reports, a controversial public surveillance law is set to expire February 1.
President Bush says the government's ability to listen-in on telephone calls is critical to fighting terror.
President Bush speaks at a Republican lawmakers luncheon in Sulphur Springs, W.Va, 25 Jan 2008
"One of the most important tools is to be able to figure out the intentions of an enemy that still wants to do us harm," he said. "If they are making calls into America, we need to know why they are calling, what they are thinking, and what they are planning."
Let's see what the democrats that were elected to the Senate and Congress do. Remember them campaigning hard against the Patriot Act?
Considering a democrat sponsored H.R. 1955, the Homegrown Terrorist Bill or illegal thoughts bill was sponsored by a democrat and only had 6 votes against it I bet it goes through.
Yay Republicrats for making us "safe" from the boogie men of the world.