Friday, March 24, 2006

Vetos are for pussies.

In the statement, Bush said that he did not consider himself bound to tell Congress how the Patriot Act powers were being used and that, despite the law's requirements, he could withhold the information if he decided that disclosure would ''impair foreign relations, national security, the deliberative process of the executive, or the performance of the executive's constitutional duties."

"Why are we spying on Quaker nurses? Because I said so!"


AP/Charles Dharapak

full story here.