A U.S. appeals panel sharply challenged the Bush administration Friday over new rules making it easier for police and the FBI to wiretap Internet phone calls. A judge said the government's courtroom arguments were ''gobbledygook.''Can there be any doubt that America MUST be protected from these Radical Extremists Black Robed Tyrants who illegally engage in Legislating from the Bench against The DIVINE WILL of GOD in their evil and sinister God Hating America Bashing Open Acts of TREASON by directly offering aid and comfort to the enemies of america who oppose america during it's transferrance of tax liabilities unto the Unborn!!!
The skepticism expressed so openly toward the administration's case encouraged civil liberties and education groups that argued that the U.S. is improperly applying telephone-era rules to a new generation of Internet services.
''Your argument makes no sense,'' U.S. Circuit Judge Harry T. Edwards told the lawyer for the Federal Communications Commission, Jacob Lewis. ''When you go back to the office, have a big chuckle. I'm not missing this. This is ridiculous. Counsel!''
At another point in the hearing, Edwards told the FCC's lawyer that his arguments were ''gobbledygook'' and ''nonsense.''
The court's decision was expected within several months.
[ cf AmPravda: Judges Challenge Internet Wiretap Rules ]
Can there Be ANY DOUBT that the Great Decider should be allowed to decide decisions based solely upon the Divine Will Of Decision Making as Dictated by the mandates of the Argument from Intelligent Design and not based upon these Evils Modern SeXularists Humanists Dogma and their Evil Doing Evil Doers!!!
A delegation of American officials came before a United Nations panel on torture today to account for the conduct of the United States in the fight against terrorism since Sept. 11, 2001.What is there to Explain?
The American officials, who were part of an unusually large group sent to deliver a report on the country's compliance with the Convention Against Torture, offered a careful and familiar set of responses to questions that the panel posed.
Despite abuses in places like the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq, the American officials denied that the government systematically mistreated prisoners and they reiterated a commitment to a global ban on torture.
[ cf AmPravda: U.S. Explains Itself to U.N. on Torture Charges ]
The President Of The United States Of America is clear - he reserves the right not to be bound by the McCain Ammendment, and therefore does not feel constrained by any of these God Hating America Bashers who Oppose the President's Right to torture anyone, anywhere, for any reason the president feels is a good enough excuse!!!