Talking Points

August 26, 2006

A Historical Moment in the Judiciary

Filed under: Talking Points memo — talkingpoints @ 2:32 am

One judge in Michigan has done what 535 members of congress have so abysmally failed to achieve – that’s the subject of today’s Talking Points memo.

‘A judge has reasserted the rule of law over a lawless administration’ – that is a New York Times editorial fawning over U.S. District Judge Anna Digs Taylor.  She is the activist hack judge who sided with the ACLU declaring that wire tapping of suspected terrorists on international calls were unconstitutional.

She is also a life-long liberal activist.  Rewarded with a judgeship by Jimmy Carter after she campaigned for him.  And as Chief Justice in Michigan she tried to hijack a high profile Affirmative Action case because she “suspected that the assigned judge was on the wrong side.”

And in her mind, President Bush is on the wrong side of wire taps.  Why?  Because he actually wants to surveillance the bad guys (that’s terrorist, to you liberals).

Face Facts!

Liberals in this country fueled by hatred of Bush, care more about granting terrorists rights than protecting American lives. 

And face another fact:

This judge, the New York Times, the ACLU, partisan Democrats and other fringe anti-war liberals, are committed to undermining our National Security. 

Within hours of the ACLU  ruling, Senator J. Rockefeller, who sits on the Intelligence Committee, offered his support.  Remember the ‘Rockefeller Memo”? The Democrats laid out in black and white, an election year strategy to politicize the War on Terror.  And Taylor’s ruling is just as political as that memo.

And despite claims by the Times, who leaked the original wire tap story, this was not a ruling for the law; this was a ruling for al Qaida and their ‘bill of rights’ and their sympathizers. 

And that’s the memo

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