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Senate extends warrantless wiretapping under FISA

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The Senate agreed on Friday to approve an extension of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, legislation that allows the NSA and other US intelligence agencies to wiretap conversations involving foreign citizens without obtaining a warrant.

­Despite growing opposition to one of the most notorious and secretive US spying programs, the Senate voted 73-23 early Friday to reauthorize the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, or FISA.


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Not good...

Note, only three Republican nays.. Rand plus Lee (Utah) and Murkowski (AK)

In seven states both senators voted nay - and the honor roll is:

New Mexico

Pretty heavily Western list - it must get kind of lonely in Vermont sometimes..

Of Course it did

Did anyone actually think otherwise?

That didn't take long...

all amendments voted down.

No worries.. It's business as usual.

They just gave permission for what they were already doing years ago.

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Thanks for a bump

Well said rp4pres.

Senate voted 73-23.
The 73 traitors should be voted out of office ASAP.

I visualize Patrick Henry's speech on this matter.
Wish he was here in our time speaking the truth.

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He is...

the people aren't listening.