Friday, July 06, 2007

No Difference Between the Parties?

The 6th Circuit Court of Appeal's split ruling to dismiss the challenge to the NSA surveillance program indirectly proves otherwise. It's indirect, because the substance of the NSA program, which pretty much divides conservatives and liberals, doesn't appear to really have been touched upon. The case was dismissed, because the challengers to the program were found not to have standing to sue.

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