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CIA Nominee Violated Privacy

Michael Hayden, Bush's nominee to head the CIA, has recently been implicated in the NSA's controversial collection of private phone records. What do you think?
  • "Hayden went too far when he asked me what I thought of Goss, not telling me that he had Goss on the other line on mute."

    Caitlin Halloran
    Systems Analyst
  • "He's going to face some tough questions from the board before they confirm him."

    Brian McGee
    Student Advisor
  • "I think it's a natural transition for him to get into spying internationally. Clearly, he's got the domestic thing down."

    Bill Ketcham
    Video Game Technician