Of course the Bush administration's warrantless wiretapping programs are still illegal, even after President Obama inherited them. And of course the 13 IQ 13%ers who call themselves "tea partiers" will giggle, smirk and protest anything you (the media, collectively) present as "Obama's illegal surveillance" or similar but you'll alienate the middle, if not from yourself, then from the issue of civil liberties because we all know very well that President Obama's worst offense on this subject is reversing Bush policies too slowly.

Lieberman and McCain are both has-beens -- one lost his last primary and the other is about to lose his next primary, and I doubt McCain can win a general election after losing the primary -- and the legislation you're presesnting today as a genuine threat to freedom of speech, movement, and pursuit of happiness are in fact just examples of those two chumps' unpopularity, lust for attention and above all, their core depravity.

Can't wait to hear from Siegelman.

Reed Young

Comments

Add comment

Login or register to post comments

Latest Headlines

Who rejected United States-North Korea peace talks?

There were conflicting reports on Sunday regarding a recent proposal for United States-North Korea peace talks which was allegedly made before North Korea"s recent nuclear test

U.K. Pound Falls As Markets Get Brexit Jitters

Bloomberg said on Monday the pound had sustained its biggest fall against the dollar in 11 months

Clinton: I'll defend Israel but push for 'two-state solution

Hillary Clinton believes both Republican candidates Donald Trump and Ted Cruz "missed the mark" with their approach to the Israel-Palestinian Arab conflict

Community Archive

Two Thirds of all Americans would struggle to cover a $1,000 crisis

A new poll shows that two-thirds of all Americans would struggle to cover $1,000 crisis.

According to this poll by the NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, this type of crisis spans all incomes.