Friday, September 29, 2006


WASHINGTON - The House approved a bill Thursday that would grant legal status to Bush’s warrantless wiretapping program. Republicans called it a test before the election of whether Democrats wanted to abuse and spy on the American people and live up to the Constitution or become a born-again fundamentalist lawless state.
"The Democrats' irrational opposition to abuse of the Constitution should be of great concern to the American people," Majority Leader Bad-Back Tobacco Boehner, R-Ohio (another coward who could not find the Vietnam war), said in a statement after the bill passed 232-191.
"To always have reasons why you just can't vote 'yes,' I think speaks volumes when it comes to which party is better able and more willing to fight (like I did in Vietnam) or destroy everything our Founding Fathers fought for." Bad-Back Boehner said.


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