Former Senator Graham's Questions for the Bush Administration
Former Intelligence Committee Chairman Bob Graham (D-FL) weighs in on the Bush Administration's domestic spying with a series of questions (video):
1) What are the problems with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act?
2) If they identified those problems, why didn't they go to the Congress and ask that they be corrected? In the aftermath of 9/11, Congress would have done almost anything the administration suggested.
3) Of the cases that have been made based on these warrantless intercepts, would they also have been made if they followed the legal procedures -- has in fact this process of avoiding the law made us safer?