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October 22, 2007

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The EW solution, and its clear you've been giving it a great deal of thought, protects whistleblowers under the law when they report illegal goverment conduct, say wiretapping US to US phone calls without a warrant. Does the solution also prosecute a whistleblower when they reveal classified information improperly in the course of blowing the whistle on illegal government conduct or even legal government conduct they thought was illegal? What about when the President has war-footing and orders a national security program that would otherwise be illegal but may or may not be illegal during war and neither the courts nor the legislature has been heard?

I still marvel at the numbers of, and increasingly ridiculous nature of laws that we have seen in the congress since Reagan declared "look at me, I am stupid, rejoice ye of little brain and those of you with big companies" flag burning, shiavogurgitation, french fries, patriot act....... absurd laws based solely on emotions, and laced with the tools for the despot in training.

we have seen an unscrupulous few provide a haven for pharmacological products that have turned a goodly percentage of our populace into potatoes. With no majority, they must now use force to retain power. Blackwater comes home now, just in time that there is no army or national guard in our country, and just in time for an election. Quaint timing, no?
and everyone is worried about $4 gasoline. How much of the country implodes when it is $8, next year?

I am thankful that a few continue to drill for truth and expose that which justice could address if it wanted to.
many thanks.

We need an "Offical Secrets Act."

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