In my estimation, the better route is for Americans to voice themselves in any fashion they can if they disapprove of it. The inward looking eye of the intelligence agencies on American people has gotten out of hand. I don't care if you're liberal, conservative, Democrat, Republican, Libertarian or even neoconservative, I firmly believe that as a consensus, the American public has gotten tired of the War on Terrorism's domestic policies. I say that because I think we all have enough intellectual ability to see patterns. We can also recall the "Good ole days". And we know what's going on right now. So, we know where we've been as a country, we certainly know where we presently are and (I hope) we can see where we are going. And if you dislike where we're going, then do your part, speak up, write your Congressmen or Congresswomen, Senators too! Be sure though, that when contacting people in positions of authority, that you link to information from credible sources, like the NY Times, Washington Post, etc. If enough constituencies voice similar complaints using similar sources of information that shows that something needs to be removed, elected officials would be hard-pressed to ignore their complaints.