Republicans in the Senate - including a staffer for Republican Senator Orrin Hatch - hacked into the computers of several Senate Democrats, including Ted Kennedy and Dick Durbin. Reading Kennedy's and Durbin's correspondence, the Republican operatives discovered the strategy the Democrats intended to use to attack Republican high court nominees. They leaked fifteen bits of Kennedy's discussions to The Wall Street Journal and other Republican-friendly sources, who used the information to successfully trash and thwart the Democratic plans. When did Bush use the voter databases that Republican politicians like Jeb Bush and Ken Blackwell have compiled to compare the bank accounts, phone records, and doctor's records of people who vote as Democrats? When did Bush use his illegal NSA wiretaps to listen in on Democratic Party political strategy sessions? When did Bush begin snooping into the private lives of average people who committed the crime of registering as Democrats? What information has he gathered by reading our emails? What is he doing with it? Who's on his "enemies list"? ThomHartmann.com - Reclaiming The Issues: "Why Is Bush Spying On Democrats?!?" His administration and party have already been busted by the BBC for targeting Democratic voters in Florida and Ohio to strip them of their right to vote; have already been convicted in Federal Court of jamming Democratic phone banks on election day; have already been outed for targeting groups like the Raging Grannies and The League of Women Voters for "terrorist" surveillance. Who was spied on first? Probably every Democratic politician in America. (We know they got Kennedy and Durban!) Who was spied on after that? Probably every journalist and liberal author, columnist, and progressive talk show host in America. Who will be spied on next? Probably you.