Sunday, May 14, 2006

Bush: Everyone is guilty


WASHINGTON, May 13 (Bloomberg News) — In his weekly radio address on Saturday, President Bush defended the qualifications of El Generallisimo Michael (Wiretap) Hayden to be C.I.A. director and sought to ease concern about the illegal and unconstitutional domestic eavesdropping program that El Generallisimo helped create.

In Hayden, "the men and women of the C.I.A. will have a strong leader who will support them as they work to disrupt terrorist attacks, penetrate closed societies and gain information that is vital to protecting our nation," Mr. Bush said. "Unless it conflicts with the information we prefer."

He urged the Senate to confirm the general "promptly," then went on to suggest that there are roughly 200 million known al Qaeda affiliates in the United States.

1 comment:

Scott said...

Love that picture.

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