Daily Archives: July 8, 2008

Senate Prepares for FISA Capitulation

Tomorrow the Senate will most likely pass the illicit FISA amendment granting retroactive immunity to the telecoms who participated in President Bush’s illegal spying — also giving the President a get-out-of-jail free card since it basically absolves Bush of his past crimes back to September 11, 2001, although the illegal spying started long before then.

A small handful of Senators, such as Dodd and Feingold have delivered moving speeches in their attempts to stop the legislation, but as is typical, the vast majority of the Senate has been bought off by the telecoms so the bill will most likely pass with no problem, aside from the fact that it is illegal and unconstitutional.

Several members of both the House and the Senate have proven too many times that they don’t care about the law or those they’re supposed to serve — as shown by the support of Bush’s crimes in the past and the fact that this bill will attempt to cover up Bush’s crimes so the public will never know the truth or the extent of Bush’s illegal wiretapping.

One thing that never ceases to amaze a lot of people is the fact that Congress tried to impeach President Clinton over a blowjob, but refuses to do anything to stop the illegal actions of the most corrupt presidential administration to serve two terms despite never having been elected.

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