Fat Steve's Blatherings

Saturday, January 14, 2006

Right Method, Wrong Enemy

        One of the "whistleblowers" concerning the NSA surveillance story explains what was wrong with the program:
        But now, Tice tells ABC News that some of those secret "black world" operations run by the NSA were operated in ways that he believes violated the law.  He is prepared to tell Congress all he knows about the alleged wrongdoing in these programs run by the Defense Department and the NSA in the post-9/11 efforts to go after terrorists.

        "The mentality was we need to get these guys, and we're going to do whatever it takes to get them," he said.

        <sarcasm>Right.  Doing 'whatever it takes,' including breaking the law, is not appropriate when dealing with minor enemies like terrorists.  It must be reserved for the real enemies of the country: Republicans.</sarcasm>

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