This karmic moment was brought to you by Verizon:

In an internal company e-mail obtained by CNN, Verizon Wireless President and CEO Lowell McAdam disclosed Wednesday that “the personal wireless account of President-elect Barack Obama had been accessed by employees not authorized to do so” in recent months.

Not authorized? But why? Didn’t Obama make sure they were authorized to access all our phones? (Psst: WaPo article carefully omits to mention it – but Hillary voted “NO” on that:

She said the bill had several shortcomings, including insufficient judicial oversight of surveillance and the immunity provision.

“I cannot support this legislation when we know neither the nature of the surveillance activities authorized nor the role played by telecommunications companies granted immunity.”

Aren’t they retroactively given immunity thanks to Obama’s vote now?


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So what am i to make of this:

The CEO also wrote the company has alerted “the appropriate federal law enforcement authorities.”

What enforcement? Is it because he is The One?Β  Because they sure as hell can access my records with no liability – Obama made sure of it with his vote

I guess he can now test first hand his own rationale for the vote

He said the bill’s target should not be the phone companies’ culpability, but “can we get to the bottom of what’s taking place, and do we have safeguards?”

He seems to have some after the fact ones. But what about the rest of us?