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Intelligence Bill Has Political Tinge

After Congress shuffled the federal bureaucracy in response to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks by creating the Homeland Security Department, Democrats lost control of the Senate and four seats in the House.With a new government reorganization on the table — this time a restructuring of the nation’s intelligence network — Democrats fear Republicans will succeed in using a critical national security debate to play to voter fears about terrorism. “There is anxiety — you will not be surprised to hear — among some of my Democratic colleagues in Congress, based on the 2002 experience with the Department of Homeland Security, that this will happen again,” said Sen. Joseph Lieberman, D-Conn.Full Story

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