Something stinks...blame it on investigator's radar - but something isn't right about this NSA story (rehashed story), and why it came out NOW. More specifically...Can you say, "Michael Hayden Nomination"?

Yet aside from that, the fact that a business writer, Leslie Cauley who specializes in telcom companies and especially broadband legislation, would break this old story - again - TODAY, but it Seems that there is much more than just "journalistic exuberance" between today's USA Today's NSA story Leslie Cauley and the Telecom companies.

It might just be a personal vendetta?

Interestingly enough she also penned this previous article along the same lines citing seven anonymous industry executives - back in February.

Here is an angle of questioning. Who would profit by a hit on these companies? I mean this is bound to hit the bottom line just when it was also announced today that a resurgent AT&T would swallow up Cingular sometime next year.

Seems that McCauley wrote a book on the "Rise and Fall of AT&T" just last year.

Ok....Group hug!

Start digging people. Just got a feeling that's all.

UPDATE: Well, well - $2000.00 to Gephardt, Richard A (That's Democrat), failed Presidential primary run in 2003. Tsk.....talk about tossing it in the drink!




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