"eavesdropping without warrants has captured what are purely domestic communications":
"It's not a bug, it's a feature! And the proper response to past exercises of the warrantless executive search order is probably to point out that they could have impeached Clinton for it, but instead they went with Door No. 2.
Ah, now we're getting all kinds of wonderful history lessons: "Even before President Harry Truman established the NSA in a Cold War era directive in 1952, government cryptologists jumped in the domestic spy hunt with Operation Shamrock. That was a super-secret operation that forced private telegraphic companies to turn over the telegraphic correspondence of Americans to the government." Whee!
update: it's not breaking the law if they're all okay with breaking the law!
your turing test:
Oil for Nothing:US Holds On Humanitarian SuppliesIraq: 1997-2001
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