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boobooday Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Feb-03-06 11:21 AM
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3. No excuse for violating FISA even once
They could immediately spy on anyone they wanted, and only needed to give the FISA court notification within 72 hours.

There was no excuse for bypassing it at all.
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  -Spying: bypassing FISA once or twice vs. 1,000 times ariellyn  Feb-03-06 11:12 AM   #0 
  - There was and is no excuse for the president or anyone to break the law.  CottonBear   Feb-03-06 11:19 AM   #1 
  - I know, there is not excuse. But "in a time of war" would be their  ariellyn   Feb-03-06 11:25 AM   #4 
  - No excuse for wartime. No excuse ever. Bush broke the law  CottonBear   Feb-03-06 11:34 AM   #7 
  - The really troubling aspect of this issue, to me, is the fact that  Arkansas Granny   Feb-03-06 11:27 AM   #6 
     - Your logic is perfect. Bush wanted to spy on persons it was illegal  CottonBear   Feb-03-06 11:36 AM   #9 
  - their argument that 911 could have been prevented if the FISA hadn't  sam sarrha   Feb-03-06 11:19 AM   #2 
  - No excuse for violating FISA even once  boobooday   Feb-03-06 11:21 AM   #3 
  - I'm playing the devil's advocate. Even if there were an excuse,  ariellyn   Feb-03-06 11:26 AM   #5 
  - No excuses: never, ever, never. n/t  CottonBear   Feb-03-06 11:35 AM   #8 
  - The only excuse for bypassing it would have been if their  Arkansas Granny   Feb-03-06 11:40 AM   #10 
  - The Bushistas are advocates of the "Entitlement Class" ...  TahitiNut   Feb-03-06 12:08 PM   #11 
 

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