In a surprising turnaround, the Republican National Committee passed a resolution at their winter meeting on Friday that renounced the "unconstitutional" spying of the National Security Agency.
Here's a PDF of the full resolution:
In 2006, however, when the New York Times revealed warrantless wiretapping by the Bush administration through the NSA, the Republican National Committee attacked both Democrats who were against it and a judge who ruled it unconstitutional.
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