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Senate bows to Bush, approves surveillance bill

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posted on Jul, 9 2008 @ 06:44 PM
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Senate bows to Bush, approves surveillance bill


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WASHINGTON (AP) -- Bowing to President Bush's demands, the Senate approved and sent the White House a bill Wednesday to overhaul bitterly disputed rules on secret government eavesdropping and shield telecommunications companies from lawsuits complaining they helped the U.S. spy on Americans.
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posted on Jul, 9 2008 @ 06:44 PM
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Well here a real shocker, huh?

Overwhelming amounts of people in this great country of our cry to the heavens for this invasive junk to end. I guess that know one in Washington is listening to us, as usual.
Or maybe now they are listining more!!!

Expect the fall campaign slogans to promise roll backs of this law as I way to connect with the people.

My question here is this;

With a mere 6 months of White House time left, how can "W" try to ram through a law like this and get it passed?
My thought is that they are all in it together when the camera's are off and they think we are too dumb to realize that.

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