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Eavesdropping and ’08

Today, President Bush won a vote in the Senate that would give phone companies that cooperated with the terrorist surveillance/warrantless wiretapping program legal protection. According to the roll call, John McCain voted for legal protection, Barack Obama voted against it, and Hillary Clinton, who recently criticized Obama by arguing his “present” votes in the Illinois Senate showed he refused to take responsibility, skipped the vote. She was eager to get to Texas.

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