Friday, December 16, 2005

"Bush Won't Discuss Report of NSA Spying," at least that's how Jennifer Loven of the Associated Press reports Bush's response to the allegations.

Loven goes on to explain:

"President Bush refused to say whether the National Security Agency eavesdropped without warrants on people inside the United States but leaders of Congress condemned the practice on Friday and promised to look into what the administration has done. "

Even Republicans have problems with the latest episode of presidential abuse. Loven reports that Republican Sen. Arlen Specter said, "There is no doubt that this is inappropriate."

Loven reports that Republicans pledged "hearings early next year" that would have "a very, very high priority."

Republican Sen. John McCain called the domestic spying disclosure "troubling."



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