from today's press conference:<br><br>Q "Mr. President, though -- this is a direct follow up to that -- the FISA law was implemented in 1978 in part because of revelations that the National Security Agency was spying domestically. What is wrong with that law if you feel you have to circumvent it and, as you just admitted, expand presidential power?"<br><br>THE PRESIDENT: "May I -- if I might, you said that I have to circumvent it. There -- wait a minute. That's a -- there's something -- it's like saying, you know, you're breaking the law. I'm not. See, that's what you've got to understand. I am upholding my duty, and at the same time, doing so under the law and with the Constitution behind me. That's just very important for you to understand.<br><br>Secondly, the FISA law was written in 1978. We're having this discussion in 2006. It's a different world. And FISA is still an important tool. It's an important tool. And we still use that tool. But also -- and we -- look -- I said, look, is it possible to conduct this program under the old law? And people said, it doesn't work in order to be able to do the job we expect us to do.<br><br>And so that's why I made the decision I made. And you know, "circumventing" is a loaded word, and I refuse to accept it, because I believe what I'm doing is legally right."<br><br>. . . . . . . . . . . . <br><br>The Constitution was written over 200 years ago, and it's 2006 and we're still having this discussion whether or not the President may think it is a relevant argument.<br><br>
#263949 - 01/27/0603:46 AMRe: It's an old law...
It's no wonder the Daily Show is so successful. With material like this, all Stewart has to do is sit back and "roll that clip."<br><br><br><br><br>[color:blue]And I'm the one that jaded you . . .</font color=blue>
The Daily Show was hilarious tonight. I laughed out loud several times. The part as he was leading into Bush's reaction to the election of Hamas into power was just priceless.<br><br>. . . . . Here's lookin' at [color:red]you</font color=red> kid.
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Well, in reality<br>that's all they can do<br>is poke fun at them<br>while we stay off the radar<br>until February 4th, DC here they come!<br><br>http://worldcantwait.org<br>btw<br><br>does anyone really know how many enviro/peace type of 'organizations'<br>have been shutdown thanks to NASA, I mean the NSA?<br><br>You'd be surprised. And also and eye opener is how fast the media spins things<br>in favor of who<br>the conspirators dugh.<br><br>I did'nt vote for this era of fraud in the form of faith.<br><br>
" It's no wonder the Daily Show is so successful. With material like this, all Stewart has to do is sit back and "roll that clip."....<br><br><br>then wait 5 seconds and then Roll his eyes !! <br><br>Laughter - OFF the decibel scale !!<br><br>David (OFI)<br>
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