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What’s Wrong With The Way The President Thinks?

June 21st, 2008 | by Windspike |

Many things, I’m sure, are wrong with the dualistic approach the President deploys regularly to convince the American People that he is right to violate our rights. But really, don’t you think that it’s time he stopped using Nine Eleven to shape policy and make decisions? Truly, you can’t say this and be right:

The enemy who attacked us on September the 11th is determined to strike this country again.

Those guys died in the planes they drove as weapons of mass destruction. They can’t by default, attack us again. Sure, he’s talking more generally, but trying to reduce the rationale for violating our rights and illegally wire tap us into one sentence doesn’t cut the mustard in my book.

Sure, we need folks to go after the terrorists that might do us harm, but what of the harm the President has done to us? Who is going to protect us from him?

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  1. 6 Responses to “What’s Wrong With The Way The President Thinks?”

  2. By steve on Jun 21, 2008 | Reply

    “Who is going to protect us from him?”

    The election process…

  3. By Windspike on Jun 21, 2008 | Reply

    Too bad it didn’t work the first and second time around, eh Steve?

    What, no snide activist judge comment?

  4. By steve on Jun 21, 2008 | Reply

    I didn’t write the Constitution…

  5. By Windspike on Jun 21, 2008 | Reply

    You didn’t?

  6. By Lisa on Jun 22, 2008 | Reply

    I say we stop using 9/11 too. We should wait for a bigger attack and use that instead. Oh wait we haven’t been hit again.

  7. By windspike on Jun 23, 2008 | Reply

    Wait, Lisa, the list of things not happening are longer than not being attacked. I didn’t rain today because I brought my umbrella to work.

    Where’s the correlation and proof that what the violations of our constitutional rights are worth the “safety,” you seem to think is pursuant?

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