Refusing To Be Worried By Wiretapping
February 13, 2006, 05:01 PM
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Steve Sailer writes on his blog that while he's

not a true believer in the rightness of everything the Bush Administration does. Still, I'm simply unable to get my dudgeon up over this issue. I keep coming back to the question:

"On September 12, 2001, did I want my government to do something like this?"

And the answer I keep coming up with is: Sure.

To which I'd like to add the the observation that it's nonsensical to refer to anti-terror wire-tapping as "spying on Americans," when the targets of the investigation are Muslim immigrants in America.

See articles like Home, Sweet, Home: Is Lodi, California A Terrorist Hot Bed? for stories of people who aren't Americans, but live in America.