Meanwhile, Representative Heather A. Wilson, the New Mexico Republican who leads the intelligence subcommittee with oversight of the N.S.A., proposed legislation Friday that she said would strengthen Congressional oversight of the surveillance program and "modernize" intelligence-gathering techniques. Among other provisions, Ms. Wilson's bill would allow the government to monitor the communications of suspected terrorist targets without a court order "for a period not to exceed 45 days following a terrorist attack" and require Congressional certification for any extensions.
You get that? A Republican has introduced legislation that requires we be attacked first prior to listening in on our enemies…..
What mind-numbing idiocy. Reminds me of liberals who want cops to take a bullet first before they fire their weapon.