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Discussion in '2006 Archive' started by Magnetic Poles, Sep 14, 2006.
"part of Bush's strategy was misguided . . . "
Thanks for pointing that out.
Still waiting on your point????
I partly agree:
I don't want people who believe, "radical Chrisians are as dangerous as radical Muslims", to have the power to interrogate me harshly in the future. No danger in that right now, but if the precedent is set...
The second page of the article also says:
Hmmm....So Bush admits that his current warrantless wiretapping is illegal. After he has repeatedly said it already is legal under current law.
"What a marooon. What a nincompoop!" - Bugs Bunny
That's why we have to watch out for the rights of groups we don't like or approve of. :thumbs:
I wrote exaclty what I meant to say . . .
"You're welcome" . . . would be much better than your usual diatribe.
You know he has advisors and lawyers telling him this stuff is legal. They must all be maroooons. My understanding is, they believed it was legal until a judge said otherwise. The judge said they need to get the proper legislation from Congress. Who's the nincompoop? Bush may be close, but he's not alone. (including the judge)
You and I finally agree on something. I'm still on the right side of the fence though. :smilewinkgrin:
But, deny the rights of those historic Americans that we disagree with that are not out to profiteer in their phone conversations with their customers that just happen to be terrorists . . .
right on DAISY!!! Score another one for the Taliban!
OK, turning down the satire . . .
Daisy, their is no need to protect the rights of those we do not like if those groups are terrorists and their supporters - they are declared enemies of the USA and the Constitution.
Support the Constitution and the Soldiers that defend her and our way of life.
. . . . let God sort out the rest.