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Archive for Thursday, August 2, 2007

Gonzales admits testimony ‘confusing’

August 2, 2007

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— Attorney General Alberto Gonzales conceded Wednesday that he used confusing language in describing national security efforts in recent Senate testimony.

His letter to Senate Judiciary Committee leaders stopped short of an apology as the Bush administration pushed to expand eavesdropping on suspected terrorists.

But in response, the committee's top Republican, Sen. Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania, joined Democrats who said Gonzales should not have sole authority to approve the warrantless interception of messages between foreign terrorists overseas.

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Frank Smith 7 years, 4 months ago

The problem isn't Gonzales approving " warrantless interception of messages between foreign terrorists overseas." The problem is that this White House holds the Constitution in utter contempt and will spy on whomever and wherever and whenever and however it chooses. That's what Alberto doesn't want to talk about.

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