Wednesday, May 24, 2006


While I agree with Yglesias that there are probably constitutional issues here or at the very least the fact that raiding congressional offices is without precedent means we probably lack the appropriate legal precedents, it's also the case that there are wee constitutional issues with tapping phones without warrants and at the very least legal issues with collecting peoples' phone records without warrants. And, therefore, this little rant from Cafferty is more than appropriate.