Friday, December 23, 2005

Mad, Mad Monday: Bush's Brain Segment

Lying here in bed with a bit of a cold (too many days walking through transit strikes?) and I had a thought.

Bush admitted to running a secret wiretap program recently. Now, he claimed this program would be to spy on terrorists; instead he used it to spy on PETA and other liberal groups. American groups.

Republicans are now saying Bush should go after and throttle the leaker for compromising national security. But you can't have it both ways, folks: Bush couldn't even keep the secret that he doesn't care about going after Osama bin Laden.

Still, in the end, he's right, Bush is: revealing the existence of this program is a huge threat to national security, because now terrorists everywhere know Bush is focusing on people trying to free fur rather than freaky fascists. Way to overdo the partisanship, man.

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