May 15, 2006

not considered illegal? (link)

Really?
Under Bush Administration guidelines, it is not considered illegal for the government to keep track of numbers dialed by phone customers.
So, he is now officially king. He has offically reserved for himself and his designated few, the right to disobey the common law applicable to us peons.
A pattern of phone calls from a reporter, however, could provide valuable clues for leak investigators.
Oh, how very dystopian the word 'valuable' has just become.

5 Comments:

At 16.5.06, Blogger teh l4m3 said...

Well, I have a feeling they won't be too worried about "good" (politically expedient for the Bushites) leaks...

 
At 16.5.06, Blogger mdhatter said...

let's not forget how "important" Iraq is.

 
At 16.5.06, Blogger Chuckles said...

I wonder how "long" we are going to have to take this "shit".

How much further up a person's ass does the government need to go before all those government hating conservatives vote for someone else?

 
At 16.5.06, Blogger mdhatter said...

you mean, aside from the fact they are obviously trying to wreck the car?

Bush is treating the USA JUST like a rental car.

 
At 22.5.06, Blogger fulsome said...

2008 is my last straw. If shit goes sour I am out of here because then the USA will have officially "turned the corner" into a dictatorship.

Until then, viva la resistance!

 

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