After wiretapping victory, Bush says he wants more authority from Congress by Michael Roston


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by Michael Roston
Raw Story
Published: Monday August 6, 2007

The day after President George W. Bush marshaled political forces in Congress to grant him greater authority to engage in counterterrorism-related spying, the president stated that he would seek greater changes to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act when the legislative branch returns to work in September.

“While I appreciate the leadership it took to pass this bill, we must remember that our work is not done,” the President said in his Sunday statement. “This bill is a temporary, narrowly focused statute to deal with the most immediate shortcomings in the law.”

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see:

Bush Gets a Spying Blank Check By Robert Parry

2 thoughts on “After wiretapping victory, Bush says he wants more authority from Congress by Michael Roston

  1. Namiste,
    Thats all we need is more of his lordship,

    namiste and peace,

    william

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  2. Spoiled brats are never satisfied; it’s always more, more, more, more.

    Democrats have GOT to stop giving in to these tantrums. All it does is reinforce the vile behavior.

    It’s long past bloody time for grownups to tell Shrub “NO!”

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