Tuesday, January 17, 2006

10 to 1 the press doesn't tell you this

The Boston Globe - demonstrating a level of whoredom unusual even for the mainstream media - has ONE article about Gore's speech. The article? Gonzales CRITICISM of Gore's speech.

Here's what our lying Attorney General had to say:

I would say that with respect to comments by the former vice president it’s my understanding that during the Clinton administration there was activity regarding the physical searches without warrants, Aldrich Ames as an example.

I can also say that it’s my understanding that the deputy attorney general testified before Congress that the president does have the inherent authority under the Constitution to engage in physical searches without a warrant and so those would certainly seem to be inconsistent with what the former vice president was saying today.

This is a pile of manure which conveniently fails to mention that FISA did not cover physical searches prior to 1995, whne Clinton signed the law placing physical searches under FISA's authority. Ames occurred in 1993, before the FISA law went into effect. Gonzales obviously knows that. Which means he is being intentionally deceptive.

Which means these criminals really have nothing good to say in their own defense.


Anonymous said...

Just wondering something. Doesn't blogger etiquette suggest that you include a link to the original article upon which you are commenting?

--Stephen Miller

Iggy said...

Yes, it certainly does, and it was an oversight.

Anonymous said...

An oversight yet to be corrected?

--Stephen Miller