since my first post was so long figured I would post that link here again so you dont have an excuse to play dodgeball again. EXPOSING BUSH. And the same has been true of the management of newspapers. In mid-2004, James Risen and Eric Lichtblau uncovered George W. Bush's illegal warrantless eavesdropping program, but the New York Times held the story for 15 months, until after Bush's reelection. Executives at the Times were told by administration officials that if they ran the story, they'd be helping terrorists. They accepted that. In 2006, theLos Angeles Times similarly gave in to the NSA and suppressed a story on government wiretaps of Americans. EXPOSING OBAMA. The nuclear option against such truthtellers is the Espionage Act, a law that offended the Constitution when implemented in the midst of World War I. It has been resurrected by the Obama administration as a blunt “wartime” tool for silencing and punishing whistleblowers. The Obama administration has already charged six people under that act for allegedly mishandling classified information. Even Richard Nixon only invoked it once, in a failed prosecution against Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg. What We ve Lost Since 9 11 Peter Van Buren and YOU say Obama is different than Bush.Talk about delusional. chess game is over,you have been checkmated,try to be mature and accept defeat. whats REALLY funny is that you claim i sound bitter and angry when you cant refute facts. If I am bitter and angry,YOU are playing dodgeball.