Friday, December 30, 2005

And they wonder why the administration's credibility is nil and falling

"This is a limited program. This is not about monitoring phone calls designed to arrange Little League practice or what to bring to a potluck dinner. These are designed to monitor calls from very bad people to very bad people who have a history of blowing up commuter trains, weddings and churches."
-White House spokesman Trent Duffy on the White House's legally questionable spying domestic program.

Bad people like Quakers. Bad people like vegans and Catholic anti-poverty activists. And, shockingly enough, anti-war protesters.

So naturally, the Justice Department is most concerned not with the legality or not of the spying but with who spilled the beans about the dubious program to The New York Times.

1 comment:

semi234 said...

Did Scott McClellan (or however you spell it) resign for "family reasons?