A Million Little Phone Records

Finally! Something else to be mad about besides gas.

Evidence that the NSA bought copious truck loads of phone records detailing the phone calls made by Americans in a sophisticated attempt to analyze calling patterns and datamine terrorist links has sparked a national debate not seen in our time since a giant hot air balloon filled with ballyhoo and bluster exploded over ports scheduled for sale to Dubai.

Why people say they’re mad: gross invasion of privacy by the federal government.
Why people should be mad: the program was illegally implemented.

Who are people mad at: Bush.
Who should people be mad at: Telcos.

Who provided the incriminating information to USA TODAY: a little bird going tweet tweet… Here’s a roundup of this morning’s relevant links: