Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Gore: Bush 'Repeatedly and Persistently' Broke the Law

While Gore does his bull impersonation the Republicans reply with a kind of "Oh how can you criticise big daddy Bush who alone knows how threatened we are" Hitler would have been proud.

Gore: Bush 'Repeatedly and Persistently' Broke the Law: "Published on Monday, January 16, 2006 by the Associated Press
Gore: Bush 'Repeatedly and Persistently' Broke the Law
by Larry Margasak


WASHINGTON - Former Vice President Al Gore called Monday for an independent investigation of President Bush's domestic spying program, contending the president 'repeatedly and persistently' broke the law by eavesdropping on Americans without court approval.

Also See Full Text of Prepared Remarks:
Al Gore 1/16/2006:
'We the People' Must Save Our Constitution



GORE: BUSH 'REPEATEDLY AND PERSISTENTLY' BROKE THE LAW
Former Vice President Al Gore gestures while addressing the American Constitution Society on the threat to the Constitution from President Bush's domestic wiretap policy, Monday, Jan. 16, 2006 at the DAR Constitution Hall in Washigton. Gore asserted Monday that President Bush 'repeatedly and persistently' broke the law by eavesdropping on Americans without a court warrant. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
Speaking on Martin Luther King Jr.'s national holiday, the man who lost the 2000 presidential election to Bush was interrupted repeatedly by applause as he called the anti-terrorism program 'a threat to the very structure of our government.'

Gore charged that the administration acted without congressional authority and made a 'direct assault' on a special federal court that authorizes requests to eavesdrop on Americans. One judge on the court resigned last month, voicing concerns about the National Security Agency's surveillance of e-mails and phone calls."

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