Day By Day© by Chris Muir.

Thursday, January 19, 2006

If you were wondering about the NSA issue

I've viscerally felt from the beginning that the President did nothing wrong intercepting phone calls made from known terrorists to contacts in the U.S. (which is what I understand the NSA "scandal" boils down to). However, it takes Jack Kelly to distill the matter down to some really important points: the fact that the program has worked, the fact that Clinton engaged in much broader spying against U.S. citizens without such good cause, the fact that the person who leaked the story about the NSA program to the media violated American law big-time, and much more. I can't adequately summarize what Kelly so pithily and clearly explains, so you should check out his article yourself. Hat tip: Cheat Seeking Missiles