Friday, May 12, 2006

Hooray for the ACLU.

The ACLU is suing the NSA over the illegal seizure of tens of millions of private phone records.

Hopefully, someone will sue those sullen cocksuckers at the phone companies in question who have pissed on the basic rights of their paying customers.

Here's an idea. Call your local phone carrier and tell them you're demanding the phone records of the last 12 months for the following numbers:

In D.C.: 202-225-2976
Batavia Office: 630 401-1114
Dixon: 815-288-0680

After all, you're only looking into the patterns of phone calls made and received, not what the Speaker and his staff are talking about. That would be an invasion of their privacy.

If the phone carrier refuses, call the ACLU and ask them to file suit against them on your behalf.

You have a right to know what your government is up to. Join the ACLU today and help put an end to the madness of government spying on little people like you and me.

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