Fear, not common sense, passed FISA

Fear of being labeled “soft on terrorism” is what motivated Democrats to cave in to President Bush’s expanded Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, says Chicago Tribune columnist John Russonello. Check out his opinion.

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