Sunday, December 25, 2005

Well, what do you have to say to this liberals?

WASHINGTON - Former Secretary of State Colin Powell on Sunday supported government eavesdropping to prevent terrorism but said a major controversy over presidential powers could have been avoided by obtaining court warrants. Powell said that when he was in the Cabinet, he was not told that President Bush authorized a warrantless National Security Agency surveillance operation after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.

And that is the man you kept saying left due to his criticism of Bush policies, hehe, so much for that lie