WASHINGTON — President Bush said today that “our country is in more danger of an attack” because of Congress’ failure to extend a law granting the government authority to spy on foreign phone calls and e-mails that pass through the United States.
For one, I would like to applaud the President for admitting that the law is an act of terrorism against the Constitution and....Wait, what? Oooooh.
After listening to President Bush on BBC Worldnews, I understand how upset he must be if he is willing to postpone a five-nation tour of Africa in order to lobby for the bill's extension. Luckily, the President does not plan to boycott the Beijing Olympics, because (as he said) the Olympics are only a "sporting event." President Bush claimed that he understood how the "Dalai Lama crowd"1 would protest, and that protest is their right.
When asked for comment, Jesse Owens said....
1Presumably, President Bush means "Tibetan Buddhists," who in some circles are referred to as "victims of genocide." The knowledge.