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A ruling from a Detroit federal judge last week holding unconstitutional President Bush’s domestic wiretapping program has caused many supporters of and objectors to the legality of that program to agree on one thing: U.S. District Judge Anna Diggs Taylor’s opinion was analytically weak and, in the absence of sound legal analysis, too full of rhetorical flourishes.

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