Saturday, August 19, 2006

Dr.Bill "Cat Killer" Frist, Constitutional scholar

Just don't let him operate on you.
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, on a visit to the Des Moines area Friday, denounced a federal judge's ruling that the government's warrantless wiretapping program is unconstitutional.

He said in an interview that he has been briefed on details of the surveillance program "and I believe it's legal and constitutional."

"People have a lot of despair today," Frist said. "Our economy is doing well. We are secure as a nation in terms of our strength in military. But as I travel around the country, I see people with not a lot of hope with where we're going as a nation."
The Des Moines
Let's get this right, the Republican Party is the party of new ideas and optimism and the Democratic Party is the party of failure and pessimism. So as a Republican I'm optimistic that if we come up with new ideas on how to keep scaring the American sheeple we'll save our phony-balony jobs!

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