Tuesday, February 07, 2006

ACLU Wants National Security 'Transparent'

This press release is further proof that the American Civil Liberties Union's leaders are either spectacularly clueless or actually in league with America's enemies [emphasis added]:
WASHINGTON -- Appearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee today, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales failed to answer direct, yet simple questions from senators surrounding the warrantless surveillance of Americans by the National Security Agency. The American Civil Liberties Union condemned that lack of transparency, noting that part of the role of the executive is to provide the legislative branch with ample information for proper oversight.
The Attorney General actually refused to describe details of a secret program vital to our national security in an open, televised meeting?

I'll go with the "spectacularly clueless" hypothesis, but only because I believe that the ACLU is such an intellectually challenged group of pathetic morons that no enemy of the US would want their assistance.

Via Stop the ACLU.

Also posted at The Jawa Report and Vince Aut Morire.