Yesterday the US Senate voted for another cave-in, providing legal immunity for the telecoms that went along with the White House’s illegal warrantless wiretaps.
At least Kerry and Kennedy voted against it. McCain supported it. Clinton and Obama didn’t vote. The final vote was 68-29.
Nearly everyone else, from tech bloggers to Republicans like former White House Counsel John Dean seem to recognize what an incredibly bad idea this is — why is it so hard for so many members of Congress?