Bush again defended his NSA surveillance program in a press conference today, saying he might fight to keep it in place. Assuming he's on the level regards the necessity of the operation, that attitude alone should tell us something.
But the funny thing is, amidst all the angst (mainly from the left) about the violations of civil liberties, there hasn't been a noticeable groundswell of people demanding the program be immediately stopped.
THE CHIEF SAYS... 1/27/06
Jim Kouri of the National Association of Chiefs of Police spells out why the NSA program is different than a standard criminal justice issue.