Friday, February 15, 2008

Democrats Delay Terror Surveillance Bill

The Liberals are apparently too busy investigating American citizens over petty charges to protect the country. From Yahoo/AP:

With a deadline looming, President Bush and congressional Democrats
are locked in a standoff over the government's authority to spy on foreign phone
calls and e-mails that pass through the United States.

A temporary law
that makes it easier to carry out that spying expires Saturday night at
midnight, and Bush and his top intelligence officials say the consequences are
dire. Al-Qaida, Bush says, is "thinking about hurting the American people
again," and would be helped if U.S. eavesdropping is hampered.

Democrats will likely give President Bush everything he wants eventually, after they finished pandering to the crowd of their Party.