Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Applying For Warrants Is Hard Work

Bush is having a great time on his speaking tour.

I'll sum up his message, "We need Bush and his friends to illegally spy on Americans because there are bad people in the world that want to hurt us."

The White House has made it clear that they are only spying on people with a history of blowing commuter trains, weddings and churches." We know that more than 18,000 Americans at least have been spied on today. So already in the war on terror, 18,000 American Terrorists, that all have a history of blowing up commuter trains, weddings and churches have been identified and are being spied upon.

Bush has also made it clear the spying program must be expanded. I think it must be clear then that even more Americans with a history of blowing up commuter trains, weddings and churches have been identified.

So if you're an American, you're probably a mass murderer and terrorist and you've been blowing up commuter trains, weddings and churches. Because of this, the government needs to spy on you illegally. After all, warrants to spy on mass murderers and terrorists are hard to get in America. To apply for warrants to spy on suspected criminals, our Federal Judges require that an agent submit paperwork, written in English. Who in the White House is qualified to do such a thing? Who could do this? That's hard work. real hard. It's hard. It's hard work.


At 7:19 AM, Blogger Puma said...

Excellent analysis. I had been wondering myself. I hope your question gets answered soon, because I it's really hard work typing like this.


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