Judge Rules that NSA Eavesdropping Program is Unconstitutional

Judge Anna Diggs Taylor on Thursday ruled that Pres. Bush’s secret NSA eavesdropping program is illegal and unconstiutional and ordered that it immedately be ceased. Judge Taylor ruled that the program violated both the First and Fourth Amendments to the Constitution. The White House quickly responded by saying that the NSA spying program is periodically reviewed by lawyers to ensure its legality and constitutionality. The White House did not say whether those lawyers doing the review were chosen by the President himself or an independent entity.

Judge Taylor’s ruling permanently and immediately enjoins the NSA from conducting its eavesdropping program. If you believe that this ruling means that the White House will instruct the NSA to immediate cease and desist from this program, I’ve got not only a bridge in Brooklyn to sell you, but a screenplay about the true life Vietnam war heroics of George Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and Paul Wolfowitz.

Incidentally, for those still convinced that there is a liberal media in this country, you’ll be amazed to learn that the lead story on ABC, CBS and NBC Nightly Newscasts – which by your reckoning would definitely have been this story – was instead the story of the arrest of JonBenet Ramsey’s murderer.

This loser joins Scott Peterson, Natalee Holloway and the Runaway Bride as Pres. Bush’s favorite people. All four have driven critical reports of the President off the front page.

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