Thursday, May 11, 2006

Bush invades privacy on 10s of millions US calls

WASHINGTON -- It was revealed today by USA Today that Bush's National Security Agency (NSA) has been keeping records on tens on millions of domestic phone calls.

Cooperating phone corporations included AT&T, Verizon, and Bell South. Complain to them if you are a customer.

Denver-based Qwest, which provides most local landline phone service in Tucson, did not provide the info to the NSA. I'm no big fan of Qwest, but good decision on this one.

Bush is out of control with his disrespect for Americans' privacy rights, and the Senate must reign him in now.

Too bad once again Jon Kyl (R-AZ) was there again in the Senate and media representing the extreme GOP right-wing saying this was all OK. Kyl is a Bush lapdog and has to be voted out in Nov.

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