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Fearmonger in Chief

A co-worker pointed me to this colorful description of the “Protect America Act.”  I don’t endorse his partisan rhetoric, but it is nonetheless a good exposition of the foolishness of the PAA and the deplorable tactics employed by the current administration.

While we’re on the topic: Why on earth is the Senate granting immunity to companies that broke the law and handed private information to the government?  Where I come from, when you break the law, you go to jail.

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Pingback from Dan Dunn’s Podium » House to Bush: Get a Warrant!
Time: February 17, 2008, 8:01 pm

[…] I’m delighted that the House found the backbone that was so mysteriously missing in the Senate.The “Protect America Act” has been a continuing source of horror and amazement to me.  I mentioned this last month. To review: […]

Pingback from Dan Dunn’s Podium » Telecom Immunity, The Day After
Time: July 15, 2008, 10:52 pm

[…] repeatedly voiced my opposition to granting the telcos immunity for their violations of the law. It seems obvious to me that if you […]