Do you want to know why MSNBC has next to no cable viewers and lags behind in the ratings of Fox? Check out this screen shot from their website tonight to answer that question.
Whatever the morons are smoking over there at MSNBC, I've got news for them as well as the NY Times. Their time of getting away with it without serious push back from the administration is over.
By the way, for the uniformed and ignorant (basically everone on the left), This isn't "spying", it's survellance and YES there is a distinct difference between the two.
From CNN to MSNBC and even Fox, the headline all day has been "Bush spied on Americans", which is wrong and frankly pathetic. No such practice has occured and I challenge anyone to show me one example where there was one case where this type of surveillance was used against an American citizen who didn't have some connection to Al Qaeda or other terrorist cell.
Again, while the liberal left is throwing dust in the air (like they ever really cared about civil liberties), and knashing their teeth, the fact is that though controversial the practice is legal, and according to my source at the DOJ was more widely known (although classified) than you would believe. Put it this way, Spector is a lying sack of trash - he knew full well of the program having been briefed continually on it's progress.
His dust is up in the next election. We won't get fooled again.
Just another prediction based on a conversation I had with a source over at DOJ. What you heard/saw today in the President's Radio Address to the Nation was only a beginning. A "Fire for Effect", if you will. However, come Monday get ready for a full assault from the Bush Administration. If you haven't notice their no longer sitting around and taking this crap anymore. They've been fighting back their critics a lot lately and it works. The Democrats haven't seen anyting yet. They plan to name names, who knew what and when, and again, the President wants the leakers rounded up and silenced.
Basically to quote Alice Cooper, it's "No more Mr. Nice Guy".
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