Saturday, December 24, 2005
Top 12 media myths and falsehoods on the Bush administration's spying scandal
Summary: Media Matters presents the top 12 myths and falsehoods promoted by the media on President Bush's spying scandal stemming from the recent revelation in The New York Times that he authorized the National Security Agency (NSA) to eavesdrop on domestic communications without the required approval of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance court.
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Not only did Bush admit to an impeachable offense -- and to having committed this act 30 times (reauthorizing the illegal and secret program -- he is on record as lying about it to the American people.
What, exactly, do these bastards have to do before we impeach them? Each and every arrogant, blatantly illegal and unconstitutional thing they are allowed to get away with simply makes them that much more powerful and that much more arrogant.