Skip to comments."If someone from al-Queda is calling you, we'd like to know why."
Posted on 01/01/2006 8:12:18 PM PST by REDWOOD99
"This is a limited program designed to prevent attacks on the United States of America, and I repeat limited," Bush said before flying back to Washington...
"If someone from al-Queada is calling you, we'd like to know why."
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Achmed? Yeah this is the NSA. Yeah. Um, in your rearview mirror? Yeah. well that's a Hellfire missile. C-YA!
"I hope the White House won't hide behind saying, 'Oh, executive privilege, we can't discuss this,'." Schumer said on "Fox News Sunday." "That's the wrong attitude."
Your're right. Chuckie and his followers are afraid there might be some more secrets our idiot senators and reps, and even possibly the secret court, haven't revealed. We have to reveal everything to the enemy.
Who wrote this idiotic law about not spying on Americans? It's not like we haven't had numerous traitors in the past. They just weren't mostly in the Congress of the USA.
I hope the person(s) who leaked this info ends up at Gitmo!
I want one!
I think the title of Bush's quote explains it all, so the media just doesn't want to "get it."
I hope the spying continues. I don't think it's just good old fashioned luck why we haven't had any attacks since 9-11.
Once upon a time, the following thought would have been tin foil territory.
But, unfortunately, not anymore.
Perhaps the reason Democrats are so hysterical that Al Queda's phone calls have been logged , is because they suspect or know for sure, that one of their own members may have been on the other end .
I think the dims are just so obsessed with getting GWB on something, anything, that they'd accuse him of drinking milk if they thought they'd get some mileage out of it. They've gone Ahab.