Thursday, August 17, 2006


Judge rules warrantless spying is unconstitutional.

This is what we've been saying all along: if Shrubya wants to eavesdrop, he just needs to get a warrant from the top secret FISA court. That's all. It's not difficult, as the FISA court doesn't turn down requests unless they are clearly not being used for national defense.

Ergo: the only reason Shrubya would be avoiding getting warrants is if the eavesdropping isn't for national defense.

Shrubya needs to be impeached and imprisoned for his crimes against the constitution.

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