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The “Bush Defies Laws” recent letter and similar ones choose to follow the “let’s bash Bush every chance we get” petty, political slant to purposely ignore any president’s authority for any surveillance in time of war. (Remember, Osama and his murdering extremists started it.)

Just in case your political bias will allow a few facts, look at the Federal Investigative Security Acts, the War Powers Act, the Senate Resolution of 2001 (allowing the Commander in Chief to “do all that is necessary” in time of this war), for some authorities to conduct surveillance.

Then stop your partisan whining and don’t forget to hug your invasions of privacy or civil rights when Osama’s nuts bomb your own little world and remember, just maybe, this surveillance will catch some of those extremists in our midst who want to “eliminate the infidels” (that’s you and I).



If our president wants to listen in on my Google searches be my guest. I am not contacting anyone “out of the U.S.” or “anyone who may be suspect.” Just a bunch of curiosity stuff. Besides, search warrants for each surveillance is only required in criminal law cases. Check it out! You might learn something!

Ken Davis




Grass Valley


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