Question: Why aren't the democrats in power? Why can't they mount a viable opposition to the most dangerous presidency that has ever assaulted the civil liberties and Constitution itself?
Two key Democrats yesterday called the NSA domestic surveillance program necessary for fighting terrorism but questioned whether President Bush had the legal authority to order it done without getting congressional approval.
Rep. Jane Harman (Calif.), ranking Democrat on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, and former Senate majority leader Thomas A. Daschle (S.D.) said Republicans are trying to create a political issue over Democrats' concern on the constitutional questions raised by the spying program (Washington Post).
Answer: Because they are too busy selling out the democracy they are suppose to be protecting. I am sick and tired of these people pretending to support the people and then slap us down so they can fit easily in the President's pants.
If it weren't for Howard Dean and the few voices of sanity in the Democratic Party, I would have left the greatest weak willed party in history. Stand up, people! Stand for you beliefs, the Constitution, and the Country, or get off the stage! Triangulation is the tool of the devil, and must be rejected as useless.