January 13, 2006

Bush broke law BEFORE 9/11

Whut the fuck? Honestly, if there was EVER any reason to impeach a president:
Still, one thing that appears to be indisputable is that the NSA surveillance began well before 9/11 and months before President Bush claims Congress gave him the power to use military force against terrorist threats, which Bush says is why he believed he had the legal right to bypass the judicial process.

According to the online magazine Slate, an unnamed official in the telecom industry said NSA's "efforts to obtain call details go back to early 2001, predating the 9/11 attacks and the president's now celebrated secret executive order. The source reports that the NSA approached U.S. carriers and asked for their cooperation in a 'data-mining' operation, which might eventually cull 'millions' of individual calls and e-mails."
Bush claims the events of 9/11 justify his violation of the Bill of Rights, but if he was ALREADY spying on us why wasn't 9/11 prevented in the first place? Why not? Because that excuse for violating our civil rights is bullshit!

These Republican ass-cakes in congress are the biggest sacks of crap ever. They damn near crucified Clinton for lying about sex! While Bush keeps these crimes coming one after another and the Republicans are ready to roll over and let him have his way. Especially when it comes to Scalito's . Hypocritical bastards. We demand an of the Bush Crime Family.


At 1/14/2006 4:27 PM, Blogger Kathleen Callon said...

Oooooooooooooooooo, that f-ing bastard. As far as I'm concerned, any politician not pushing for an investigation or impeachment in regard to NSA/spying is a traitor. Down with all of them, and shame on Americans who don't care.

At 1/16/2006 12:08 AM, Blogger chico-towner said...

Great news Kat, It turns out that a new poll reveals that a majority of Americans would favor Impeachment because of the WireTap scandal. CHeck out the link:


At 1/17/2006 12:25 PM, Blogger Kathleen Callon said...

More great news... the ACLU is going after Bush and the NSA... yeeha.


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