SCOTUS Says Wiretapping Terrorists Legal Again!

Via Rusty at The Jawa Report (through al Reuters)

The administration abandoned the program about a year ago, putting it under the surveillance court that Congress created more than 30 years ago.

The high court’s action means that Bush will be able to disregard whatever legislative eavesdropping restrictions Congress adopts as there will be no meaningful judicial review, the ACLU attorneys said.

Excellent news! As Rusty points out, maybe we do not need FISA to deal with the BS of getting any sort of warrants to tap Islamic fuckwads hell bent on murder, mayhem, and world domination.

And the ACLU got smacked around

The American Civil Liberties Union had asked the justices to hear the case after a lower court ruled the ACLU and other groups and individuals that sued the government had no legal right to do so because they could not prove they had been affected by the program.

Heh heh. “But, you Honor, we FEEL that someone was harmed. No, we have no proof. What do you mean by “don’t let the screen door hit you on the ass on the way out?””

Michelle M. says you cannot connect the dots if you cannot collect them.

Can everyone give a big pffffffffffffffffffffffffffft to the ACLU and the Lefty terrorist supporters?


More: surprisingly, the folks at such normally calm bastions of liberalism as the Democratic Underground, Firedoglake, Daily Kos, Glenn Greenwald, and Think Progress are going monkey shit. I’m shocked, shocked, I tell you!

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