Stop Bush's Warrantless Wiretapping

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By a 73%-22% margin, Americans overwhelmingly oppose George Bush's efforts to wiretap Americans' phone calls and emails without a search warrant, according to a telephone poll of 1,006 adults conducted by ICR from August 8-12, 2007.


I am one of the 73% of Americans who oppose George Bush's warrantless wiretapping of American citizens in violation of the Fourth Amendment and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 (FISA):

I am outraged that George Bush admits he broke the FISA law at least 30 times by authorizing activities that were illegal - yet Congress has done nothing to stop Bush's crimes or hold him accountable.

I therefore demand the following:

(1) Defeat of any legislation to legalize warrantless wiretapping or give immunity to telephone companies or Bush Administration officials who participated in the illegal wiretapping of American citizens. Senators must support Chris Dodd's filibuster of the Rockefeller wiretap immunity bill.

(2) Impeachment of George Bush for violating the Fourth Amendment and FISA over 30 times and for falsely terrorizing Congress into passing the Protect America Act in August 2007.

(3) Criminal prosecution of George Bush, Dick Cheney, Alberto Gonzales, and everyone else who committed these crimes.

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