Saturday, December 17, 2005

The Blog | Martin Garbus: An Incredible Day in America | The Huffington Post

A victory by another name may be a defeat. Maybe we are being conned yet again. Maybe the tide is only on the turn.
Read this lawyers view on the latest Bush corruption story.

The Blog | Martin Garbus: An Incredible Day in America | The Huffington Post: "The Bush-McCain torture compromise legitimizes torture. It is the first time that has happened in this country. Not in the two World Wars, Korea, the Cold War or Vietnam did the government ever seek or get the power this bill gives them.

The worst part of it is that most of the media missed it and got it wrong.

Secondly, the President in authorizing surveillance without seeking a court order has committed a crime. The Federal Communications Act criminalizes surveillance without a warrant. It is an impeachable offense. This was also totally missed by the media."

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