"The U.S. Senate renewed the warrantless wiretapping program begun during the George W. Bush administration by a 73 to 23 vote on Friday, sending the FISA Amendments Act to President Barack Obama's desk for his signature."
Well, well, well, it appears the Dems finally decided the tradeoff of protecting Americans from terrorism has merit after all. Good for them. Let's now see if the President, who railed about the practice when campaigning, signs it into law.
Only one difference they weren't 'elected'. Watch for Obama, behind the scenes of course; attempt to circumvent the two term rules for the office of President. Watch for more 'independent action' when Congress doesn't do as he wishes.