Pres. Bush and Dick Cheney really do not like their bosses telling them how to conduct business. When the American people suggest that perhaps the President and the Vice President
(and has any man who has held that title ever deserved it more than Dick Cheney?) should be subject to the same Constitutional laws of the United States that they are subject to, these guys don’t meekly accept the inevitable. No, instead they choose to go about changing the laws to suit them. Wouldn’t it be cool if after you got a ticket for running a red light you could get the law changed so that it wasn’t against the law as long as you were trying to get home before your peed your pants?
If you have any concern at all about how this administration has abused the Constitutional rights of its bosses-you, the American people-then perhaps you should send off an e-mail, or a letter or even a phone call to your Senator and tell him or her that if he or she supports Senate Bill 2453 that you will do everything within your power to make sure that he or she one day finds Bush’s thugs digging into his or her private information.
Just so you know, Senate Bill 2454 was sponsored by Sen. Arlen Specter-you know, one of those GOP “mavericks” who occasionally bucks the President’s expected rubber stamp of every insane proposal his puppet string pullers decide to implant within what we laughingly refer to as his brain. Sen. Arlen Specter’s bill will pretty much make sure that Bush never faces the inconvenient embarrassment of having one of his unconstitutional warrantless spying programs come up before a judge whom he didn’t appoint. The bill would essentially fulfill Dick Cheney’s wet dream of retroactively making legal all the illegal elements of the NSA wiretapping program.
So unless you want Dick Cheney’s limp, cold sperm all over the Constitution of the United States, I heartily urge you to contact your Senator and have them vote against it. I probably don’t need to tell you that the bill passed Specter’s committee right along party lines. In other words, every single Republican on the committee remains in lockstep with the leader of their partyÃ¢Â?Â¦not with the Constitution of the United States. Oh well, I guess all that propaganda about a revolt within the GOP is just more lip service.
To read the entire bill for yourself-and I cannot recommend strongly enough skipping over the asskissing first third of the bill in which Specter makes it known that Bush and Cheney are pretty much the second coming of a two-headed Jesus Christ-and discover for yourself just how rebellious these bunch of dickless weasels are click here.
Oh, and just in case you’re wondering why this bill hasn’t been covered much by the media, consider what political hot potato has been the focus of their coverage: The President’s move to change the international laws of POW interrogation. What an incredibly perfect distraction…focus attention on a high-profile attempt to change international law that the White House knows is wrong and doomed to failure while nobody pays any attention to the possibility of the Senate passing a law the White House knows is wrong, but has a great chance of passing.