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Thursday, January 12, 2006

Russell Tice, a 20-year veteran of the National Security Agency, revealed yesterday that he's willing to testify before Congress about the NSA's ability to monitor millions of domestic and international phone calls at once, and most likely have been. Tice claims that he was forced to leave the agency because he opposed the Bush administration's practice, thinking it highly illegal. In explaining one aspect of how the domestic spying program works, Tice says:
"If you picked the word 'jihad' out of a conversation, the technology exists that you focus in on that conversation and you pull it out of the system for processing."
Hmmmm, this little revelation gives me an idea...

Jihad! Jihad! Jihad! Jihad! Jihad! Jihad! George W. Bush hates Jihad!

Ok, come and get me mf'ers.

Image hosting by TinyPic Maybe that Rockwell guy was on to something?
iMockery: Mocking Rockwell?
Reuters: They're reading your mail too...
Holtzman: The Impeachment of George W. Bush

Regards of a Cuban
Good look in 2006
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