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Thursday, January 13, 2005

On the 10th day before Elections...

The ten(millionth) reason Bush should be kicked out of office:-

Oh, neat-o. It's finally official?...
"No wonder Bush was so desperate that The New York Times not publish its story on the National Security Agency eavesdropping on American citizens without a warrant...""...any Americans with ties to Muslim extremists—in fact, all American Muslims, period—have long since suspected that the U.S. government might be listening in to their conversations."

NSA's just one of many federal agencies spying on Americans. Apparently sources close to the administration say spying on Americans by the National Security Agency is not only more widespread than President George W. Bush admits but is part of a concentrated, government-wide effort to gather and catalog information on U.S. citizens.

And ain't this nice: NSA spying is just the tip of the iceberg.Although supposedly killed by Congress more than 18 months ago, the Defense Advance Project Research Agency’s Terrorist Information Awareness (TIA) system, formerly called the “Total Information Awareness” program, is alive and well and collecting data in real time on Americans at a computer center located at 3801 Fairfax Drive in Arlington, Virginia.

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