Sunday, December 30, 2007

I don't write end-of-year top ten lists.

And I don't usually read them, either.

But Dahlia Lithwick at Salon wrote an important one.

An excerpt:

"I humbly offer this new year's roundup: The Bush Administration's Top 10 Stupidest Legal Arguments of 2007.

10. The NSA's eavesdropping was limited in scope.

Not at all. Recent revelations suggest the program was launched earlier than we'd been led to believe, scooped up more information than we were led to believe, and was not at all narrowly tailored, as we'd been led to believe. Surprised? Me neither."

You should click through to read the rest. Ladies and gentlemen, your government at work. Be afraid. I am not a paranoid person, but this is just sickening, in addition to being frightening.

1 comment:

College Glassblower said...

have you not realized that our president is RETARDED!