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Instead of passing resolutions slamming news organizations, they should be passing resolutions slamming the CIA and Treasury. How secret can your program really be if it was discovered by the NY Times? If a newspaper can figure it out, anyone with enough time on their hands surely could to. So instead of yelling at the paper, why don't you go find out how it got leaked, or why the information was so easily accessible in the first place. Regardless of the legality of the information gathering, if you're going to do it, do it so no one knows about it. I used to have way more respect for the CIA's covert operation, but it seems like they've just gotten so lazy. NSA too. Jeez. The KGB would eat you guys alive if the Soviets were still around.

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