Thursday, December 29, 2005

We ain't being consistent, folks.... (Part 15?)...

Some on the right side of the blogging aisle (Michelle Malkin and Ace, to name a couple) are giddy that a Rasmussen survey indicates that a majority of Americans feel the NSA should be able to intercept "conversations between terrorism suspects in other countries and people living in the United States".

But that doesn't mean that what Bush did was legal.

And I don't remember anybody on the right saying that Clinton should have escaped prosecution for actions because a majority of America thought what he did was no big deal...