Email to McCain campaign
That marks a substantial (and, in my view, extremely favorable) change in Sen. McCain's position on this important issue, given that, back in February, McCain voted in favor of the Senate Intelligence Committee bill which contained telecom immunity (see here).
I'm writing a piece on this for Salon and would like to know:
(a) Did Chuck Fish accurately describe McCain's position on telecom immunity?
(b) Does McCan believe that telecoms -- in the absence of hearings to find out what they did and in the absence of an apology -- should be immunized from liability, even if they broke the law when enabling government spying?
(c) Does McCain believe that telecoms did break the law by allowing government spying on their customers without warrants?
(d) Has McCain's position on telecom immunity evolved in any way since the February vote?
Any answers you could provide for the piece I'm writing will be included. Thanks -