It was revealed today that the Bush administration has been secretly collecting records of every phone call made in the United States in an effort to build a database.

"It's the largest database ever assembled in the world"

And it's horrifying.

The story broke here, and it is really worth reading. Especially if your phone company is Qwest - a company I suddenly have a newfound respect for.


::::: | Thursday, May 11 2006 at 9:55 AM
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JustaDog said:


You terrorist-love'n liberals are a laugh. "HORRIFYING" - LOL You really think this started with the Bush administration? If you do, you're so ignorant!

Too funny.

The phone companies have had your calls, who you call, how long you've talked, where you call from for decades. They also sell this information as marketing material to other companies.

I find no crime, nothing horrifying, no calls listened to, or any such liberal accusations.

If you are so paranoid then simply buy a phone card and use phone booths or disposable cell phones.

LOL - typical paranoid Bush-bashing liberals.

::::: | May 11, 2006 10:31 AM

Anonymous said:

Phone companies don't have the power to lock people up in secret prisons. WTF happened to my country?

::::: | May 11, 2006 10:38 AM

JustaDog said:

"Phone companies don't have the power to lock people up in secret prisons."

Nor does the NSA. Can you reference just 1 case where they have abused their power with phone records? Again, paranoia.

"WTF happened to my country?"

WTF happened to Democrats?

::::: | May 11, 2006 11:13 AM

Me! said:

Well, Dog, you're fighting your own Republicans on this one.

::::: | May 11, 2006 11:23 AM

Bring On The Orange Jumpsuits said:

The Nixon V is looking pretty good in comparison to the Bush backpedal. Didn't Bush say that only calls made to outside the US were being tracked?

::::: | May 11, 2006 1:01 PM

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