Wednesday, January 25, 2006
TELLING PRETTY NEAR THE OPPOSITE OF THE TRUTH ABOUT WARRANTS
Attorney General Gonzales was interviewed on NPR yesterday, defending the president's authority to conduct wiretaps without a court warrant. It was another lost opportunity to find out why, if the president thought he had the authority to conduct wiretaps without a court warrant, he felt he had to lie, err, mislead about having gotten court warrants for those wiretaps?
Posted by Matt Duss at 10:56 AM