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Congressional support for NSA: Two wrongs and no rights

It is an irony that the oath taken by members of Congress to support and defend the Constitution is the same oath cited by members to destroy the Constitution ("Lawmakers defend NSA monitoring phone calls," June 7).

Richard Carl Shellhorn, Nottingham

Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun
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