Either they did or they didn’t. Â Or they did and didn’t report it. Â Or they did report it and Obama ignored it. Â So many choices.
And the good judge tells us it’s thanks to Edward Snowden we know how many agents are spying on the American people, without any probable cause. Â Is the Obama Regime THAT paranoid, I mean interested in what we are up to?
I can save the spooks some trouble. Â Tonight is choir rehearsal followed by choir fellowship at the pub. Â Tomorrow – the hairdresser with foil low-lights and about four inches cut off the curly locks so the curl won’t hang out and the French roll comb will actually hold it all up. Â That will take about two hours. Â Afterward, maybe hit the clearance racks and the resale shops as it’s time for the huntress to seek out bargains. Â And later in the day blog, blog, blog and edit a manuscript at the coffee shop. Â Haven’t decided on how much email to delete as the mineral makeup and other retail ads are drowning out the jokes from my mother. Â My life is fascinating, isn’t it?
But still, Judge Napolitano makes the constitutional argument for not just spying on ISIS, but taking them out. Â They are a danger to us and our interests. Â Any Americans fighting over there not under the American flag, though, should be watched. Â That’s actual probable cause and a reason to keep such people from returning.
That’s the difference between regular Americans and enemy combatants even if the Obama White House does not know the difference.