Dem’s Sacrifice Security for Votes

3 02 2006

H/T: Stop The ACLU

Another short-term fix by Democrats to their long-term problem, (inability to win at the ballot box) this time could have national security issues at risk.

Commentary Magazine’s March issue poses a question I wondered about in the last few weeks with the media and liberals attacking President Bush’s surveillance program.

Excerpt: “Leading Democratic politicians, denouncing the Bush administration in the most extreme terms, have spoken darkly of a constitutional crisis. Former Vice President Al Gore has accused the Bush White House of “breaking the law repeatedly and insistently” and has called for a special counsel to investigate. John Conyers of Michigan, the ranking Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, has demanded the creation of a select panel to investigate those offenses which appear to rise to the level of impeachment.”

Impeachment?? Clinton / Gore used the same techniques during their administration. But wait, Clinton was impeached for after hescapadespades.

More: “What the New York Times has done is nothing less than to compromise the centerpiece of our defensive efforts in the war on terrorism. If information about the NSA program had been quietly conveyed to Qaida-Qaeda operative on a microdot, or on paper with invisible ink, there can be no doubt that the episode would have been treated by the government as a cut-and-dried case of espionage. . . . . The real question that an intrepid prosecutor in the Justice Department should be asking is whether, in the aftermath of September 11, we as a nation can afford to permit the reporters and editors of a great newspaper to become the unelected authority that determines for all us what is a legitimate secret and what is not.”

Motive for these outrageous accusations againsadministrationstation lie in anger for Democrats’ inability to win at the ballot box. Arguing “the American have a right to know,” they are using every media outlet to deceive Americans into believing that Bush broke law by implementing this surveillance program.

Do we have right to know? Should we even know? Some things, yes, but not every detail of war. Americans do not want to know. We want to live our lives believing that we are safe. We have careers and families. We devote time and attention to producing goods and services that make this country move every day. We vote and elect officials and one of the criteria is how confident we are that they will stand up and fight to protect America and her free way of life. Bush is doing a phenomenal job of fighting terrorists abroad with one arm and fighting jealous, childish liberals at home with the other arm.

Dem’s, please stop fighting against us so much. Try and make yourselves useful so we can make some progress in this war on terror.




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