Monday, May 15, 2006
Your right to private phone calls
People everywhere are outraged to learn that telephone companies turned over millions of private call records to the federal government. David Van Os was one of the first public voices to speak out against the regime's unconstitutional spying actions. David publicly called the situation a Constitutional Crisis [see Constitutional Crisis, Message to Bush and Gonzales, Constitutional Crisis Continues] before Al Gore (whom David admires) did so in the former Vice President's speech on the subject. Here is David's response to the latest developments:
"More and more continues to be revealed about the Bushite regime's scorn for the Bill of Rights. Now we see they enlisted their corporate allies in their plan to destroy the Constitution. When I'm Texas Attorney General I will not stand for it. I'll use every tool at my disposal to protect the Constitutional rights and liberties of the people of Texas against this runaway federal regime and its corporate cronies. Individual Texans won't have to hire expensive private lawyers to sue the phone companies and the federal government to protect their Constitutional rights. They will have a people's lawyer to do it for them."
RELATED BREAKING ARTICLE:
Greg Palast on the further reach of the wiretapping issue, including ID theft, DNA testing, and more >>
posted by snarko! at 1:05 PM
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