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Bush Looks To His (Secret) Legacy

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posted on Jul, 11 2008 @ 10:34 AM
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Bush Looks To His (Secret) Legacy


www.consortiumnews.com

George W. Bush, who has expanded his power to access the e-mails and other electronic communications of Americans, is resisting congressional demands that White House e-mails be saved for later research by historians.
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posted on Jul, 11 2008 @ 10:34 AM
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Ahhh, ain't that grand. The Decider, with his partners in crime--Congress--- pass a sickening domestic spying bill through that gives those entities that spy on americans immunity. And simultaniously, he threatens to veto any measure that let's people keep an eye on him. Our modern day Tyrant shows that he is special, and not subject to the laws and treatment that the rest of the nation is. Maybe he misunderstood when he took the oath, maybe he thought it was a hypocrItic oath. lol

Much to hide there Dubya? Nah


Bush signaled he would veto a House-passed bill that seeks to overhaul the Presidential and Federal Records Act to ensure that e-mails and other government documents are preserved in the age of the Internet.

The measure passed the House, 286-137, on Wednesday, after congressional investigations revealed that the Bush administration apparently purged millions of e-mails and that dozens of administration officials used e-mail accounts maintained by the Republican National Committee to conduct official White House business and thus evade federal records laws.



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[edit on 11-7-2008 by DimensionalDetective]



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