Friday's House vote, ignoring veto threat, is latest bid by Democrats to rein in White House powers.
Readers write about student slander, wiretapping, the immigration process, and personal finance.
House Democrats, who let the law expire Saturday, see little danger. Intelligence officials argue the ability to track potential terrorists is impaired.
President lobbied hard Thursday for renewal of Protect America Act, which expires Feb. 16.
The House speaker touted Congress's domestic accomplishments, but recognized Americans' frustration at a lack of action on the Iraq war at a Monitor lunch Tuesday.