Saturday, December 17, 2005


On his radio address today Bush admitted ADMITTED that he allowed for domestic spying. Here is the quote:

"This is a highly classified program that is crucial to our national security," a stern-looking Bush said. "Its purpose is to detect and prevent terrorist attacks against the United States, our friends, and allies. . . .And the activities conducted under this authorization have helped detect and prevent possible terrorist attacks in the United States and abroad."

"I have reauthorized this program more than 30 times since the September the 11th attacks, and I intend to do so for as long as our nation faces a continuing threat from al Qaeda and related groups," Bush added.

Now Bush states this is consistant with our constitution BUT The law governing clandestine surveillance in the United States, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, prohibits conducting electronic surveillance not authorized by statute. A government agent can try to avoid prosecution if he can show he was "engaged in the course of his official duties and the electronic surveillance was authorized by and conducted pursuant to a search warrant or court order of a court of competent jurisdiction," according to the law.

So Bush again breaks one of many laws he has broken and you know what ladies and gentlemen I've said who this reminds me of and he is proving me right everytime. This is something someone back in the 40's has done and this furthers my point.

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