January 07, 2006

Bow Down Before "The Report"

Report Questions Legal Basis for Bush's Spying Program

Shouldn't that be "Reporter Questions Legal Basis for Bush's Spying Program"?

President Bush's rationale for authorizing eavesdropping on American citizens without warrants rests on questionable legal ground and "may represent an exercise of presidential power at its lowest ebb," according to a formal Congressional analysis released today.

And that would be illegal because..., because..., Bueller? Bueller? Bueller? Anyone? I don't know, maybe there is some mention of illegality in "The Report" but since there are no other excerpts from "The Report" in the story, I guess I just have to take the reporter's word for it. Or I can put my faith in someone who did read the report and isn't a reporter, though to be fair, John Hinderaker is calling the Washington Post out rather than the NY Times.

Posted by Charles Austin at January 7, 2006 09:09 PM