Tuesday, December 27, 2005

"Domestic Spying?"

Sorry, I have to speak out on this "domestic spying" issue.

How stupid are Democrats?

If an al-Quaeda operative phones or emails an operative in the US, they don't want anyone to be able to intercept it.

Then, if that operative in the U.S. emails or calls someone else WITHIN the U.S., they say it's an invasion of privacy to tap the line or read the email.

And they wonder why they can't get elected. First, they want us to lose in Iraq, now this.

They are doomed to lose unless, of course, they manage to get their willing accomplices in the national media to keep using terms like "domestic spying" and rile up the civil libertarians (in both parties, I'm afraid) so that the Democrats appear to be "bi-partisan" in their foolish, increasingly hysterical attacks.

If they can fool enough people, they may win back Congress. Republicans should come out swinging on this one, just like Bush is doing (for a change.)

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