Terrorist Surveillence: Victim Of Liberal Weakness?

Again, we warned you, and Democrats show that they do deserve the label "Defeatocrats."

Legislation aimed at President Bush's once-secret program for wiretapping U.S.-foreign phone calls and computer traffic of suspected terrorists without warrants shows all the signs of not moving ahead, notwithstanding President Bush's request this week that a lame-duck Congress give it to him.

Senate Democrats, emboldened by Election Day wins that put them in control of Congress as of January, say they would rather wait until next year to look at the issue. "I can't say that we won't do it, but there's no guarantee that we're going spend a lot of time on controversial measures," Democratic Whip Richard Durbin of Illinois said Thursday.

In Senate parlance, that means no.

All the Democrats in Congress know exactly what the program is about, and what it does. They made a false deal out of it for political purposes and to whip the base up, as well as them just not liking infringing on the "rights" of foreign citizens involved in terrorism, even if against the USA.

Less then a week after the elections put the Dems back in power in Congress, they are showing what they really want, and what they are really about.

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