Bush Drops Opposition to Hearings on Domestic Surveillance

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on January 11, 2006

Following up on the series of references that were noted in my posting yesterday, news today that President Bush has apparently dropped his opposition to congressional hearings on the controversial domestic surveillance program about which news has appeared almost every day for the past month.
Related reference on the upcoming hearings:

  • President Participates in Discussion on the Global War on Terror, Kentucky International Convention Center, Louisville, Kentucky, October 10, 2005: “There will be a lot of hearings and talk about that, but that’s good for democracy — just so long as the hearings, as they explore whether or not I have the prerogative to make the decision I made doesn’t tell the enemy what we’re doing. See, that’s the danger.”
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