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Tom Watson Hates Libertarians More than He Hates the NSA

• Free Press Publications
On October 26, 2001 George W. Bush signed into law the Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act of 2001, also called the Patriot Act. The legislation (H.R. 3162) was introduced by Republican Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner on Oct. 23, passed the House the next day, and passed the Senate on Oct. 25. There is no way any member of Congress could have read and understood the 132 page bill in the amount of time they were given from introduction to passage, but I digress.

Earlier this year, it was revealed that the NSA had been spying on the public. Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden leaked nearly 20,000 documents to journalist Glenn Greenwald, who has been parsing through and releasing that information. Already revealed is the fact that the NSA & GCHQ had spied on private individuals around the world, spied on diplomats, found ways to hack encrypted software, and violated their own lax rules nearly 3,000 times in a

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