Friday, May 12, 2006

CIA Pick Hints At Wiretap Law Changes, Gen. Hayden Says He May Be Open To Modifying Government's Warrantless Surveillance - CBS News

CIA Pick Hints At Wiretap Law Changes, Gen. Hayden Says He May Be Open To Modifying Government's Warrantless Surveillance - CBS News:
Hayden, an Air Force four-star general and former NSA director, and other government officials have said that they did not ask Congress to change the surveillance law because the debate would reveal U.S. intelligence techniques. Gradually, the White House has moved, saying it is committed to working with Congress on legislation that would write the president's eavesdropping authority into statute.

But the White House has not specifically embraced changes to the FISA process.
He must not have received the memo. If the law needs to be changed to accomodate their actions, then their actions must be illegal. Period!
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