Bush defends US spying programme

#1
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/4768701.stm

US President George W Bush has used his weekly radio address to launch a strong defence of his administration's domestic surveillance programme.
It follows claims the phone records of tens of millions of Americans are being collected by a US intelligence agency.

Mr Bush stressed that all intelligence activities he authorised were "lawful" and "strictly target" al-Qaeda.

"The privacy of all Americans is fiercely protected in all our activities," he insisted.

"The government does not listen to domestic phone calls without court approval. We are not trawling through the personal lives of millions of innocent Americans."
Of course you're not.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/4762623.stm

Hello left hand, this is right hand , what are you up to?
 
#2
PartTimePongo said:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/4768701.stm

US President George W Bush has used his weekly radio address to launch a strong defence of his administration's domestic surveillance programme.
It follows claims the phone records of tens of millions of Americans are being collected by a US intelligence agency.

Mr Bush stressed that all intelligence activities he authorised were "lawful" and "strictly target" al-Qaeda.

"The privacy of all Americans is fiercely protected in all our activities," he insisted.

"The government does not listen to domestic phone calls without court approval. We are not trawling through the personal lives of millions of innocent Americans."
Of course you're not.
You ever noticed guys working on those green telecom exchange boxes on the street. I wonder how many of them are kosher BT employees. Its a standard type key to open them too!
 

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