You know all that data from our phone calls that President Bush said would only be used to help find terrorists?
He was fibbing.
You know how he said citizens' privacy is being "fiercely protected?"
He was lying.
The guys in the trench coats are tracking phone numbers called by reporters to try to figure out the identities of confidential sources, according to ABC News.
That means the feds are also keeping track of calls reporters make to their spouses, kids, bookies and shrinks.
Stay tuned for more tales government abuse of the phone data collected by the National Security Administration. Betcha we haven't heard the last of it.