Saturday, January 14, 2006

Gore and the Constitutional crisis.

From the Nation:

It sounds as if Al Gore is about to deliver what could be not just one of the more significant speeches of his political career but an essential challenge to the embattled presidency of George W. Bush.

In a major address slated for delivery Monday in Washington, the former Vice President is expected to argue that the Bush administration has created a "Constitutional crisis" by acting without the authorization of the Congress and the courts to spy on Americans and otherwise abuse basic liberties.- AP

Go for it, Al.

What's fun is watching the right-wingers repeat that this speech proves that Gore is off his rocker - when he hasn't even DELIVERED it yet, and they don't know what he's actually going to say.

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