Clinton appointee rules NSA spying constitutional

A U.S. District Judge has ruled the NSA's phone tapping program constitutional. The judge, William Pauley, was nominated to the bench in 1998 by Pres. Bill Clinton, on the recommendation of Democratic Sen. Patrick Moynihan. All the more reason to fight getting Hillary Clinton elected President. This is a sobering reminder that their actions have effects reaching far beyond their terms in office. We can't afford another Clinton.

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