Technology and Business Law Blog

Surveillance Law Not Extended

In continuation to my last post the House of Representatives defied the White House yesterday by refusing to make an expiring surveillance law permanent and accused the Bush administration of administration recklessness and fearmongering. Read here. It is time the Democrats stood up to the Bush adminstration and it’s tactics of bulldozing it’s agenda by installing fear and pessimism in people’s minds. It is time to clean up the country and let America stand for what it represents to the world and it’s people– life without fear, to be what you want to be, to stand up and speak your mind and live a life without an oppressive government monitoring every move of it’s people.

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February 15, 2008 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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