Speaking Too Soon on Spector
Just moments after my last post, Senate Judiciary Committee Arlen Spector and his Republican colleagues on the panel declared that they would not for the time being subpoena any telephone company executives over the sharing of private phone-call records with the government. Apparently, Commitee Republicans agreed to hold off on the subpoenas in exchange for a White House promise to keep an open mind about pending legislation involving the National Security Agency and its domestic surveillance programs. The "deal," such that it is, promptly caused Committee Democrats to howl in anger and frustration.
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