EFF: 24 Hours to Stop Wiretapping Bills Before the Election

Derek Slater from the EFF says,
We've got 24 hours to stop the NSA wiretapping bills in the Senate and let cases like EFF's lawsuit against AT&T proceed in the traditional court system. Worse still, now some of your Congressional representatives are trying to sneak a dangerous surveillance proposal into the Port Security Bill. If your representative is on the list in this post, call them IMMEDIATELY to oppose the NSA spying program.

The amendment is so bad, I'll let it speak for itself: "no action, claim, or proceeding shall lie or be maintained in any court ... against any person for an activity arising from or relating to the provision to an element of the intelligence community of any information ... in connection with any alleged communications intelligence program that the Attorney General or a designee of the Attorney General certifies, in a manner consistent with the protection of State secrets, is, was, or would be intended to protect the United States from a terrorist attack. This section shall apply to all actions, claims, or proceedings pending on or after the effective date of this Act."