Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Spy vs. Spy vs. Everyone Else

Now the commies are at it again, so you know what's coming next.

He [Mike McConnell] is trying to hold the line against what some, mainly Democrats, see as excesses in the new Protect America Act, but also is pressing to strengthen it. Congress hastily adopted the measure last August based on McConnell's warnings of a dire gap in U.S. intelligence.
"When I say "boo!" you say 'who should I be scared of today, sir!'"
The Protect America Act allows the government to eavesdrop, without a court order, on all communications conducted by a person reasonably believed to be outside the United States, even if an American is on one end of the conversation.
"Unka Dick, this guy's in Walla Walla. Sounds kinda furrin'. That's not 'murka, is it?
"No, George, it's not. Nor is this guy in New York. Which is in England."
"It's sad what they did to Tony."
"Yes, it is, George."

2 comments:

Kvatch said...

To Dubya, if you don't speak like an addled Texan whose had a few too many beers, then you must be a f'rriner.

Randal Graves said...

And Dick Cheney probably would feel right at home at a Toby Keith concert.