Monday, December 17, 2007

AT&T engineer says Bush Administration sought to implement domestic spying within two weeks of taking office

Raw Story

Nearly 1,300 words into Sunday's New York Times article revealing new details of the National Security Agency's domestic eavesdropping program, the lawyer for an AT&T engineer alleges that "within two weeks of taking office, the Bush administration was planning a comprehensive effort of spying on Americans’ phone usage.”

"9/11 changed everything" my ass. It sure was a good excuse to let them do what they were doing anyway, though, wasn't it?

And everything else Bush wanted to do as well that he was already planning to do, from expanding presidential power to starting his criminal Oil War. Makes ya kinda wonder...

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