Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Repeatedly, we've been told warrantless wiretapping is vital for national security, to keep us safe from attack. Well, why can't we trust federal judges to issue warrants for wiretaps?

Seriously, where's the problem? FBI suspects someone is talking to terrorists. They ring up a judge for a warrant. Judge does his or her part to safeguard the nation. Wiretapping commences.

If these wiretaps are truly, honestly, sincerely necessary for national security, what judge would refuse to allow it? Why aren't federal judges lining up to sign these warrants that could stop the next attack? Clearly, these judges hate America. Why else would they not sign warrants to spy on Americans?

CateGoogles: political_silliness
Mood = skeptical


Why do federal judges hate America?


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