Friday, August 18, 2006

ACLU vs. America

Yesterday in Detroit a U.S. District Judge Anna Diggs Taylor ruled that the NSA's domestic terrorist surveillance program is unconstitutional. In support of the challenge from the American Civil Liberties Union and a group of lawyers, academics and journalists the judge said:

"The irreparable injury conversely sustained by defendants under this injunction may be rectified by compliance with our Constitution.

I would love see the evidence that any member of the ACLU, that group of lawyers, academics or journalists had been a target of the NSA wiretapping. But then again, since these people are actively working against the welfare and safety of the citizens of the United States they may actually be in contact with terrorist outside the United States and therefore would be targets of the NSA wiretapping.

If you need any more proof that the ACLU is directly working against the best interests of the citizens of the United States the victory statement made by ACLU Executive Director Anthony Romero when he said that this opinion was:

"another nail in the coffin in the Bush administration's legal strategy in the war on terror."

Why is this "American" celebrating another nail in the coffin of a LEGAL strategy in the war on terror? Does he want the United States to lose the war on terror? It certainly sounds like it.

Immediately the moonbats came crawling out of the woodwork celebrating America's latest defeat. Ranking Democrat of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Sen. Patrick J. Leahy of Vermont said that the ruling spotlighted

"another unfortunate example of how White House misdirection, arrogance and mismanagement have needlessly complicated our goal of protecting the American people."

Someone should to the Senator that listening in on Terrorists phone calls makes the job of protecting Americans easier, not needlessly complicated.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi of California, delighted in this "repudiation" of the Bush administration. Then she invited the president

"to work with Congress to devise tough, effective, and lawful ways to monitor the communications of suspected terrorists."

I have a news flash for you Congresswoman. If the Congress really wanted to devise a tough, effective way to monitor communications of terrorists, you would be doing so. Why are you not on the floor of the house debating tough new ways to combat terrorism already? Oh, that's right, you don't want to defeat terrorism, you only want to defeat George Bush.

I'm sorry America, but we lost today's battle in the War on Terrorism.

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