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Monday, January 30, 2006

Hagel on Domestic Spying

Senator Chuck Hagel is urging the administration to try to justify it's Domestic Spying by the NSA.

Senator Chuck Hagel, R-Neb., said he is looking forward to congressional hearings on the legal justification for the secretive National Security Agency program. He remains unconvinced that Bush could allow the program without fully consulting with the courts or Congress.
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"If in fact the president does believe that our current laws are restricting him because of new technologies ... then he should come together with Congress and say we need to amend it," Hagel said on ABC's "This Week."
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Added Hagel: "National security is more important than the Republican Party or the Democratic Party. And to use it to try and get someone elected will ultimately end up in defeat and disaster for that political party."

Trying to use it for controlling those who disagree with your policies will be a disaster too. A much bigger disaster than having 'the enemy' find out what you're doing.

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