Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Bush spied on journalists after 9/11

Nobody but nobody likes the NSA tracking e-mails, but here's a part of the scandal you can't blame Obama for.

Whistleblower Edward Snowden has now revealed that the National Security Agency targeted the e-mails of journalists who seemed critical of the Bush regime after 9/11. Admittedly, however, this must be a mighty small number of reporters, because The Media beat the Bush war drum throughout Bush's 8 years in power.

It's bad enough for paranoid government officials to log everyone's phone numbers and the like, but spying on the actual content of e-mails is a high crime that ought to result in stiff prison terms for whoever carried it out. I'm looking at you, Georgie.


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