Greenwald dismisses my attempts to find daylight between torture and warrantless eavesdropping:

Things like “torture” and “illegal eavesdropping” can’t be compared as though they’re separate, competing policies. They are rooted in the same framework of lawlessness. The same rationale that justifies one is what justifies the other. Endorsing one is to endorse all of it. 

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