When certain wingnuts are down, they have to leave out what's most important to the argument. S. Kaus: "We may be hearing more about a Rasmussen p
December 27, 2005

When certain wingnuts are down, they have to leave out what's most important to the argument.

S. Kaus:

"We may be hearing more about a Rasmussen poll showing that "[s]ixty-four percent (64%) of Americans believe the National Security Agency (NSA) should be allowed to intercept telephone conversations between terrorism suspects in other countries and people living in the United States." Prominent warblogger Instapundit as well as the first of what undoubtedly will be several minor wing-nut sites are already trumpeting this as showing that the public supports what Bush has done and the Democrats are barking up the wrong tree. Notice anything missing from the question? How about the part that the wiretapping is done without a warrant, although there is a court set up to consider the evidence and issue just such warrants....read on" (via Atrios)

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