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A while back, on MSNBC's Countdown with Keith Olbermann, the big guy himself went through a copy of the US Constitution's Bill of Rights, crossing out the ones made irrelevant by the Bush Administration. There was only one left when he was finished.
Now, of course, if George W. Bush institutes a policy that violates the Bill of Rights, and simply declares that it is now the law of the land, that doesn't automatically make it Constitutional. The big question is, will anybody ever challenge this stuff? Is there any reason, any justification for spying on Americans without a warrant? Just askin'. . .
Administration Set to Use New Spy Program in U.S.
The Bush administration said yesterday that it plans to start using the nation's most advanced spy technology for domestic purposes soon, rebuffing challenges by House Democrats over the idea's legal authority.
Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said his department will activate his department's new domestic satellite surveillance office in stages, starting as soon as possible with traditional scientific and homeland security activities -- such as tracking hurricane damage, monitoring climate change and creating terrain maps. . .
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