Bush’s secret wiretaps the actions of a perverted Peeping Tom

President accuses senators of 'playing politics with Patriot Act'

Sam Johns

While Stupid Bush is trying to justify spying on the American people, it is obvious to most people that his tactics are no less than a Peeping Tom, a perverted on at that!

President Bush defended using government wiretaps without court authorization to monitor terrorism suspects and urged the Senate to renew the USA Patriot Act during his pathetic attempt to lie and lie again.

The president said he intends to continue using secret international wiretaps to monitor activities of people in the United States suspected of having connections to al Qaeda. Yeah, that’s that old I am doing for the American people trick. Most American buy into the fear shit because they are cowards, but the world knows the truth, and for the other Americans with common sense, they are embarrassed at the fool.

Let me say a few things and I will keep my mouth shut about the war on terrorism. For the first thing, only the fools in this country believe that it's a real war. It's not a real war but criminal acts committed by a bunch fanatical nuts, and only a fool like Bush would call it a war.

It seems mighty funny to me that when things are going bad for Bush, a tape of Osama Bin Laden always seems to pops-up. It happened right before the last election and it helped Bush beat Kerry, and a tape popped-up last week when Bush was catching hell for spying on Americas, it's something funny about that!.

The convenience of the Bin Ladin tapes cannot be a coincidence. Consider this, I wouldn't be a bit surprised if Bush and Karl Rove are the ones behind the whole Bin Laden tape thing to trick the American people. That's how dirty them bitches are!

"To save American lives we must be able to act fast and to detect these conversations so we can prevent new attacks," Bush said during the event, in the East Room of the White House.

"I swore to uphold the laws. Do I have the legal authority to do this? And the answer is, absolutely."

Senate Democrats expressed strong disagreement with the president.

"I'm stunned by the president's rationale," said Sen. Jack Reed of Rhode Island. He said Bush's justification for the eavesdropping was "without merit."

Wisconsin Democratic Sen. Russ Feingold said Bush's comments represent a "retreat from who we are and who we should be" as a nation.

Democratic House leaders are calling for an independent panel to investigate the legality of the program.

USA Patriot Act

Discussing another issue related to the Bush administration's fight against terrorism, the president said "senators who are filibustering the Patriot Act must stop their delaying tactics, and the Senate must vote to reauthorize the Patriot Act."

Friday, the Senate refused to reauthorize significant portions of the Patriot Act after critics complained they infringed too much on Americans' privacy and liberty.

"In the war on terror, we cannot afford to be without this law for a single moment," Bush said.

The bill's Senate supporters were not able to get the 60 votes needed to overcome a filibuster by Feingold and Republican Sen. Larry Craig of Idaho, and their allies.

Monday, Bush referred to possible clues to the planned terrorist attacks that went unnoticed before September 11, 2001.

"The Patriot Act helps us connect the dots. And now the United States Senate is going to let this bill expire -- not the Senate; a minority of senators.

"It is inexcusable to say, on the one hand, connect the dots, and not give us a chance to do so," Bush said.

"I want senators from New York or Los Angeles or Las Vegas to go home and explain why these cities are safer.

"If people want to play politics with the Patriot Act, it's ... not in the best interests of the country," the Stupid said.

Iraq intelligence: 'I felt the same way'

Bush spoke a number of times on prime time television that focused on the U.S.-led Iraq war. The mess made the whole country and showed the fool he is and how dumb the American people can be tricked out for fear.

In his addresses, Bush said U.S. forces are making "steady gains" in the nearly 3-year-old Iraq war and urged Americans not to "give in to despair."

Bush said during one news conference that he understands why people are angry that prewar intelligence about Iraq was wrong.

"You say, 'Well, wait a minute: Everybody thought there was weapons of mass destruction; there weren't any.' I felt the same way."

More than 2,100 U.S. troops have died in Iraq since the invasion, which Bush and top aides argued was necessary to strip Iraq of chemical and biological weapons and efforts to develop a nuclear weapon. No such weapons were found once the government of Saddam Hussein collapsed in April 2003.

The Sunday night address was the latest in a series of speeches meant to shore up declining public support for the war. A CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll last week found 59 percent disapproved of the president's handling of the conflict.

'I've got to do a better job'

Bush also commented on negative reaction to the federal government's response to Hurricane Katrina -- some of which accused the president of neglecting New Orleans residents, many of whom are black.

"You know, one of the most hurtful things I can hear is ... 'Bush doesn't care about African-Americans,' for example," he said. Yeah Bush, we know you hate Black Americas, yet, you like Rice Pudding.

"First of all, it's not true. And secondly ... I believe that -- obviously -- I've got to do a better job of communicating, I guess, to certain folks. Because my job is to say to people, 'We're all equally American, and the American opportunity applies to you just

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