Friday, February 03, 2006

Goss then went on to say that he could tell us what the "damage" was, but then he'd have to kill us. Ha. Ha.

CIA head Porter Goss says that recent news stories about warrantless domestic spying has "damaged" our ability to gather intelligence.

I got to call a big no way on that.

1. Al-Qaida didn't know that their calls might be tapped? Really?

2. If it's so damaging to talk about -- wow, then the President must have really fucked up when he talked all about it in the State of the Union speech, huh? Holy shit, I hope that didn't damage your ability too much. Maybe you better tell the President, and the Attorney General, and Karl Rove to SHUT THE FUCK UP about it in all those speeches and talk show appearances they're making to defend eavesdropping on American citizens without a warrant. Maybe you'd better do that. You know, for the safety of all of us.

1 comment:

Bro said...

If the Pres really wanted to protect the investment in secrecy in the spying than he should have used the FISA court which is secret. Breaking the law and risking the program if it really is so vital, was totally irresponsible. Blaming the people concerned with law enforcement is a smoke screen that unfortunatly Rove's PR machine will probably make stick.