Tuesday, March 06, 2007

WIRED Blogs: 27B Stroke 6:

A Bush-appointed civil liberties oversight board headed up by a former campaign treasurer for the president which refuses to reveal statistics on the number of Americans spied on without a warrant, holds public meetings where it refuses to take press questions and denies government sunshine requests is set to report to Congress that spying on Americans' communications and financial transactions without court orders does not impinge on citizens' civil liberties.

Citizens around the country reacted with deep relief and in a sign of solidarity removed all curtains from their houses Monday night and posted their passwords on their front door, Passover-style, to show their deep appreciation for the committee's diligence.

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