Monday, December 19, 2005


WaPo reports:
Responding to Gonzales this morning was Sen. Russell Feingold (D-Wis.) "Nobody, nobody, thought when we passed a resolution to invade Afghanistan and to fight the war on terror, including myself who voted for it, thought that this was an authorization to allow a wiretapping against the law of the United States," Feingold said on NBC's "Today" show.
That's because Congress didn't authorize it Senator. The administration is not following the law anymore, they are making there own reality and hoping to drag us along into it. The really sick part is that the Attorney General of The United States has chosen to try and justify this dictatorial policy.
Bush and Gonzales both argued that they resorted to the new eavesdropping program because wiretaps under FISA were too slow because of the judicial participation. "This is a different era, a different war," the president said. "People are changing phone numbers. We've got to move quick."
9-11, 9-11, 9-11 Changed EVERYTHING! , Ocean's do not protect us anymore!

CHRIST ON A CRACKER! We've been listening to this bullshit for five years now Shrub. It didn't wash then and it certainly is not going to convince me now. In fact many American's are getting tried of this dog and pony show you call an administration.

Answer this Shrub how in the name of the Flying Spaghetti Monster do you intend to protect freedom when you and your band of thugs keep pissing on it?

Also, running roughshod over US law and Senate oversight, if I read my unabridged version of the Constitution and US Law correctly, constitute impeachable offenses.

Senator Bob Graham (D-FL) from the Bill Press show:
My interpretation of the law would be yes, that he did not have the legal authority to do this under the Afghanistan war resolution or under the general powers as commander-in-chief. The Congress in 1978 — and there‚’s been no effort to modify it in any significant way since that time — understood that circumstances might change, but it did not provide for any circumstance in which the president alone, without consulting any other legal authority, judicial authority, could waive the rights of U.S. citizens to be free from having their phones wiretapped.
Thank You Senators Graham and Feingold! Okay where is the rest of this vacillating freakshow called the Democratic Party! C'mon Guys and Gals lets get behind these two and really push!. Maybe just maybe, we might pull a few of the remaing conscientious Republican's with us!

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