Chibisuke - 2009-01-22 Everyone who gets their news from the media.
Hooker - 2009-01-22 Werd, I'm not. Isn't this what the NSA does?
Syd Midnight - 2009-01-23 We always suspected it was being done. The Bush era was so filled with scandals, they kept coming before they could get resolved. There's probably a decade's worth of dirty shit to sift through now just to resolve or prosecute the major ones.
That's where comedy will go in the next 8 years, sorting through the Bush era scandals one by one. "Hay remember when US contractors lost billion in US currency? Remember that dead weapons inspector? Well guess what?"
Hooker - 2009-01-23 No, my lack of shock and indignation is not because of the indisputably awful Bush administration. My lack of shock and indignation is because I always figured this was the least of what the NSA has always done regardless of who the sitting President is.
IrishWhiskey - 2009-01-22 Bush keeps saying how history will vindicate him.
I swear to God, I would wager everything I have, on history showing his actions even more reprehensible than assumed by the media.
Udderdude - 2009-01-22 He probabally is stupid enough to believe that. Even if it was a sweet, sweet lie wispered into his ear by Cheney.
ProfessorChaos - 2009-01-22 Why the hell can i not find a mention of this on nytimes.com? you'd think journalists would be a little more pissed.
glendower - 2009-01-22 It's a chilling 1984 moment when Keith asks how much stuff the government had collected of US news institutions and the NSA guy answers: Everything.