Feingold fights for your right to plot with known terrorists. The article also contains an entertaining quote from Dick Durbin where he claims to believe the Constitution grants rights. C'mon, comedy has to be plausible...
I marvel at the narcissm of people who seriously believe their phone calls are so completely fascinating the Bush administration--if not the Chimpy himself!!--wants to listen in. Like he doesn't have better things to care about the sawbuck you're putting on the F-Pats or the contents of your baby's diapers or that you're ordering the lo mein instead of your usual General Tso. And the conversations you're having with the Izzadeen al-Qassam Brigades about that ammunition? Those are private, dammit. I'm glad I can count on Mr. Feingold to make sure no one finds out.
Anyway. Who's running against this clown in 2010? I'll be happy to volunteer. It will be futile, but it might be therapeutic.
(Who's Jaber al-Banna, you say?)