8.06.2007

FISA Remixed by Bush-perodoes


The Bush administration enabled by an increasingly incompetent legislative branch, has dealt freedom another crippling blow. Bush's Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act was approved by the House of political horrors and the Senate during weekend sessions.

New provisions afford big brother more opportunities to breach citizen privacy than ever. There is now no, I repeat, no protection for America's calls or emails. Service providers such as AT&T, T-mobile, and Gmail will be afforded zero liability for enabling the government to have a look into your communications.

Also, this bill essentially legalizes what the Bush-perodoes were doing from 2001-2004—eavesdropping without warrants. That was illegal and punishable by five years in prison. Anthony Romero of the ACLU said,

"This congress may prove to be as spineless in standing up to the Bush Administration as the one that enacted the PATRIOT Act or the Military Commissions Act.”

On another note, $460 billion were allocated to the defense budget. Yes, that is a record. Saddle up America; it's hammer time with the Bush-perodoes.

If It truly were a war on terror, they'd arrest the KKK.
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