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Jack where are you... BUSH is UNCONSTITUTIONAL



Wonder how they will spin THIS.  He needs to be IMPEACHED for yet another breach of the constitution and abuse of power!!!

Why would anyone wish to help the terrorists? I don't get it. This will most likely be tossed very soon. it is from a court in eastern michigan. Probably just a coincidence that there is a large muslim population in the detroit area.

ac, did you read this?

The American Civil Liberties Union filed the lawsuit on behalf of journalists, scholars and lawyers who say the program has made it difficult for them to do their jobs. They believe many of their overseas contacts are likely targets of the program, which involves secretly taping conversations between people in the U.S. and people in other countries.

Journalists,scholars,and lawyers. Now there are some people I want protecting us from terrorists. Its hurting their ability to do their jobs!!!!!!!!!!!!! This has to be a joke. So money comes ahead of protecting the country. I wanna the Dems to run on this in 06 and 08.  Journalists,scholars,and lawyers ability to enrich themselves off the conflict is more important that protecting ourselves from our enemy in the conflict???? Don't you see the insanity of this ruling??? Have they found one single US citizen who has had their rights violated because monitoring these overseas calls? NO.
AC,now look and see who appointed the lead judge on this case. Jiminy Carter. It appears she has lost her mind.  Why would she aid the terrorists?

Legal experts are now saying the parties bring the suit have not been injured and thus the suit is a stunt by the judge, at best. As I posted earlier,not one single US citizen has come forward saying they have been injured in any way by these surveillance methods.
If someone,anyone can prove valid injury maybe, maybe the court would rule illegal. But I doubt it.No way any competent judge sides with the terrorists. When will the dems learn that country comes before politics.


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