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Thursday, October 18, 2007
(3:57 PM) | Stephen:
President Dodd Has A Nice Ring To It.

Chris Dodd put a hold on the execrable FISA bill, the one that grants retroactive immunity to telecoms for breaking the law.

Interesting how that's what Bush wants after years of claiming that he hasn't ever broken the law. This demand from the White House is a blatant admission of crimes against the Constitution of the United States of America. And the spineless, near-useless Democrats in Congress just keep handing Bush whatever he wants, without even a real fight.

Most of the American people want their Constitutional rights protected against any and all attempts to curtail them, no matter the justification. Those willing to trade the rule of law for chimeric "security" honestly just need to have their rights protected for them, even if it's against their will. The Constitution is the supreme law, over the President, over the Congress, over the Supreme Court. We need to remember this and restore it to the way our government operates.

You can give Senator Dodd encouragement, thanks and contributions at this link. I suggest you do so, no matter what your political persuasion, because there is simply no more pressing issue before the USA today than the assault on its Constitution.

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