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« Obama and Pakistan | Main | August Doldrums »

August 03, 2007



Oh, yeah. Real good faith. Like pitching a tantrum and engaging in political theatre to force this abomination down Congress' throats on the eve of the recess. Then blaming Democrats because he doesn't have his bill? The man acts like a 6-year-old.

When does Gonzales and company stop lying to America about the spying that has been conducted so far, much of which the courts have found illegal? That would be good faith.

There is still 25% of the American public that buys into this charade? It's beginning to remind me of a Marx Brothers movie!


A judge already ruled elements of the wiretapping to be unconstitutional. Why is he now asking legislators to approve what the judiciary would not, and how does that qualify as "good faith"?? Checks and balances...


By LARA JAKES JORDAN, Associated Press Writer 12 minutes ago

WASHINGTON - The Senate voted late Friday to temporarily expand the government‘s authority to eavesdrop on foreign terrorists without court warrants.

The vote was 60-28 under a rule by which both parties agreed to require 60 votes to pass it.


Ghost of Tom Joad

Twelve Senators didn't care enough to vote? I hope the House kills this nonsense.

Lee Levan

Amen Ghost. Let's hope that the House Dems have more testosterone than the Senate Dems who (once again) got scared by Bush's bluster about painting them soft on terrorism. Don't they understand how low his credibility is among the American people?

John Morgan

All they need do is look at the latest polls on people's opinions of Congress.

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