Saturday, May 13, 2006

"I'll just cross out 'foreign'

and write in 'domestic' . . . "


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"No one will notice."

"In the weeks after the Sept. 11 attacks, Vice President Dick Cheney and his top legal adviser argued that the National Security Agency should intercept purely domestic telephone calls and e-mail messages without warrants in the hunt for terrorists, according to two senior intelligence officials," begins a front page story set for Sunday's New York Times.

full story here.