posted on Feb, 13 2003 @ 05:06 AM
"The Star Tribune reports the House and Senate today agreed not to allow email surveillance of American citizens proposed by the Total Information
Awareness program. Additionally, negotiators agreed to halt all future funding on the program without extensive consultation with Congress."
Rep. John Murtha, D-Pa., senior Democrat on the subcommittee, said of the program, "Jerry's against it, and I'm against it, so we kept the Senate
amendment." Of the Pentagon, he said, "They've got some crazy people over there."
now that's classic...good to know there's some good people still working for the people.