Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Washington's Revolutionary Wiretapping

The Democrats in Washington are having a good laugh over Attorney General Alberto Gonzales' recent misspeak about George Washington's use of electronic surveillance during the American Revolution. But Pat over at Lifelike Pundits enlightens us as to the real meat behind Gonzales' statements.

In a related thread, it looks like the original leak of the classified surveillance program is finally going to be investigated:
The director of the CIA has launched a major internal probe into media leaks about covert operations. In an agencywide e-mail, Porter Goss blamed "a very small number of people" for leaks about secret CIA operations that, in his words, "do damage to the credibility of the agency."

Hat-tip: Ian of Expose the Left


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