House rejects bid to curb spy agency data collection | Reuters
The House has voted to allow the NSA and others to continue to collect phone and other records at will, with virtually no constraints or controls. Interestingly, the vote split both the Republican and Democrat members of the House about 50-50.
Those who support allowing the spying to continue say it has already saved "countless" American lives and is actively thwarting terrorist activity today.
Those who want it stopped say that the benefits are overstated and that the price, the trampling of the U.S. Constitution, is too high.
What say you?