Ever notice how it’s usually the loudest, yell-at-you-’til-your-ears-bleed, picket you wherever you go, have a hand out for your money, obnoxious screamfreaks who are most concerned with your privacy? As Andy Rooney would say, “Why is thaaat?”

All this congressional whining over the Bush wiretap story as it concerns privacy rights is just getting too hilarious.

Since when do congressional liberals (and powder-puff phony Republicans) care about privacy and constitutional rights? If they had a point, I’d be more inclined to listen, but their goal in being in opposition to the Patriot Act has nothing to do with your right to privacy, or any of your rights.

The liberal that comes tightly wrapped in the Bill of Rights is most often a breed of American that asks kids to snitch on their parents if they’re smoking, will yank away your property if the community would be “better served” (i.e. more tax money) if there were a Baby Gap where your house is (was), strong arms your money from your back pocket, and will arrest you if you try to build a deck off your kitchen without first spending $10,000 for an environmental impact study to make sure your build won’t have a negative effect on an owl.

The people bitching about Bush’s “eavesdropping“, many of whom were briefed about it long ago, are the Mrs. Kravitz’s of inside-the-beltway nosy bed-wetters without the least bit of national security on their minds.

If they could point to anything that would lead me to believe that Bush was stomping on the rights of Americans, I’d be on board with them. They can’t though. The wiretapping is a serious effort to locate and capture terrorists– if a few Senate mistresses turn up in the process, so be it. Maybe that’s the problem here.

Democrats and their accomplices wearing cheap elephant costumes, that do a lousy job hiding their donkey ears, have a goal– and that goal is to get Bush– not people with the expressed goal of killing Americans. In doing so, they’re willing to compromise the safety of Americans just to take down a president they hate. Talk about treasonous behavior.

It’s good to see Bush finally taking a few swings at these incorrigible wankers.

Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid said that this Congress is the most corrupt ever. Brilliant, Harry. And what do you and your colleagues like Kennedy, Kerry, Boxer, Byrd, and the rest need to be able to make that distinction? Sodium Pentathol and a mirror?

Reid picked a hell of a time to tell the truth. Even a blind nut finds a squirrel once in a while.

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