CCN (Crazy Cal News) - Washington - Corrupt Bastards Club judges in the Bush Administration made a striking blow against freedom, liberty, the media, and the Constitution when they overruled the only judge who held that a controversial surveillance effort by the National Security Agency was unconstitutional. Now it appears that wiretaps are open season on everybody as Bush forwards his plans for his New World Order. American freedom and constitutional right are being lost.
"What do Uhmericuns need with freedum anyhow," said George Bush. "We've given them X-box 360 and the internets. Thay kin stay at home an' play games when they ain't werkin' at are refinerez an' chemical plants. We've given 'em FOX News sos they can git thuh propur infurmashun we're providin' 'em with."
Amy Goldstein, Washington Post Staff Writer, wrote,
- The court did not rule on the spying program's legality. Instead, it declared that the American Civil Liberties Union and the others who brought the case -- including academics, lawyers and journalists -- did not have the standing to sue because they could not demonstrate that they had been direct targets of the clandestine surveillance.
"Heh, heh, heh..," laughed Bush, "There's more than one way ta' skin a bird in thuh bush. If ya' kain't do it legully, fine a loopwhole."
It appears that the New World Order, which papa Bush announced, is alive and well and on its way to becoming a reality. Now everyone can be expected to be videoed, wiretapped, searched unreasonably, bent over, and reamed all at the whim of our fearless leader.
"Who sed Adolf Hitler wuz the werld's most terrerfyin' dictatur. Wait 'til they git a lode of me!" exclaimed Bush.