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How to stop this destruction of our Bill of Rights? Should we wait until 2008?

A "Memorandum of Understanding" was signed by the White House and Secret Service the day after (May 17) a group of Washington asked a federal judge to impose sanctions on the secret services in a dispute over White House visitor logs for Abramoff, which states that all entry and exit data on White House visitors belongs to the White House files presidential instead of the Secret Service as agency records. Therefore, the agreement, the material is not subject to the public under the Freedom of Information Act. The government also continues to erode privacy, which conducts the war on terrorism. The most recent effort is the attempt by the FBI to make sure you can control Voice over IP Internet phone calls (VoIP). U.S. President George W. Bush quietly has claimed new powers to open Americans' mail without a warrant judiciary, the New York Daily News reported Friday. In a move that could lead to new fears about the infringement of personal privacy management,

Yes, I think so. And maybe not even then. The fact is that politicians on both sides are tempted to weaken the Bill of Rights, knowing how useful it will be when his party controls the administration. We need but do not have a strong voice in Congress who will stand up and say enough! Daz2020 missing point – the power to open mail in an emergency situation and available to the President as well as wiretapping without a warrant in an emergency – but In both cases, the President must seek a warrant after the event. According to Bush, he must apply to all orders. This is unacceptable.

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