drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,

They are really on which side again???

Ah yes,
Normally, warrants wouldn't be needed to eavesdrop on foreigners in Iraq or elsewhere. However, the Bush administration believes the government must obtain legal approval to listen in on foreign suspects when their conversations cross into the extensive U.S. communications network.
[ cf US: Soldiers Case Shows Law Needs Fixing ]

The Tooth Fairey Lives!!!

What makes the article interesting is that a part of the core discussion keeps revolving around the need to make it sound like this is actually a concern for american troops deployed overseas - save of course, the same article notes that gosh, golly, ghee whiz, that a faster time to get to FISA to formalize the warrent would not have changed the issues on the Ground In IRAQ - Oh hello, that must make this comedy more comical, because, gosh... are we still asserting that American Law is the Law of Precedence in Iraq, because while there is this vestiage of appearing to have a sovereign nation there, it is not like they have law, or stuff, or....

Oh, sorry.... I keep forgetting we have always been winning against Iran...

Gosh, golly, gee whiz...

Now more than ever Congress needs to prevent any law from impeding a Great Leader during a time of Greatness, or those Iranian Flying Saucers will return.... You know, because of the Argument from intelligent design, and without the Supreme Power of the divine will, Gay Marriages would be imposed upon everyone, and not merely the Gay HomoZexual Pirate Canadianists Zombies!!!!!

Tags: religion, they_did_what, war

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