Friday, January 27, 2006

Musings 103--Bush is above the law.

It is ever more apparent that President Bush thinks that he is far and away above the law. It is also apparent that his idea of truth is different than the truth that most of us learned at our mother's knee.

When he was running for re-election in 2004, Bush jr. was asked about spying on citizens. He went on and on about how even he had to go to the FISA court (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) to get permission to wiretap. Now it seems he was not telling the truth--because he did not have to go to the court. He just broke the law and did it anyway.

The amazingly ironic part of all this is that Senator Mike DeWine, R, OH, introduced a bill in 2002 that would have given Bush jr. all the power he wanted. Plus, it would have then been legal. Bush jr. and his merry band of neocons said no to DeWine's bill. (See Link)

A logical person must then assume that if Bush jr. didn't want a bill that would have made his domestic spying legal; then, he must have wanted to intentionally break the law. Following this to the conclusion; if Bush jr. wants to break the law of the land intentionally he is also breaking his oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States. Thus, he should be impeached by the Congress.

It is just that simple, but then so is he.


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