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  • The Scriptorium

    12/20/2005

    Clinton and Carter Didn’t Need Warrants

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 9:01 pm

    The Drudge Report sums up the hypocrisy involved in the Democrats hysterics over eavesdropping on terrorists. It’s amazing how opinions change depending on who is in power.

    CLINTON ADMINISTRATION SECRET SEARCH ON AMERICANS — WITHOUT COURT ORDER

    CARTER EXECUTIVE ORDER: ‘ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE’ WITHOUT COURT ORDER

    Bill Clinton Signed Executive Order that allowed Attorney General to do searches without court approval

    Clinton, February 9, 1995: “The Attorney General is authorized to approve physical searches, without a court order”

    WASH POST, July 15, 1994: Extend not only to searches of the homes of U.S. citizens but also — in the delicate words of a Justice Department official — to “places where you wouldn’t find or would be unlikely to find information involving a U.S. citizen… would allow the government to use classified electronic surveillance techniques, such as infrared sensors to observe people inside their homes, without a court order.”

    Deputy Attorney General Jamie S. Gorelick, the Clinton administration believes the president “has inherent authority to conduct warrantless searches for foreign intelligence purposes.”

    Secret searches and wiretaps of Aldrich Ames’s office and home in June and October 1993, both without a federal warrant.

    Jimmy Carter Signed Executive Order on May 23, 1979: “Attorney General is authorized to approve electronic surveillance to acquire foreign intelligence information without a court order.”

    5 Responses to “Clinton and Carter Didn’t Need Warrants”

    1. Jesus_is_Lord Says:

      Now you really don’t think you’re going to get a democrat to admit these are the same, do you? Remember, Bush lied people died. Yada, yada, yada…(wish they would come up with something new)

    2. Jennifer Rast Says:

      Actually, I think the Democrats HAVE come up with something new. All morning I’ve been hearing Democratic strategist say that Republicans are paranoid about terrorists, as if they don’t really exist.

      They are also repeating the line that Bush has tons of indictments in his administration. They conveniently forget that President Clinton had more indictments than any other president in history. Also, no one has been convicted in the Bush administration. Clinton was convicted of perjury…the only President in history to have that happen. I really really dislike Democrats and their smear tactics. I think they’re really desperate right now and are trying anything they can to gain seats in 06.

      They know they can’t win on the issues, so they’ll just sling mud and hope something sticks. Come get us soon Jesus!

    3. beth Says:

      Considering all the lies that spewed forth from Bill “I did not have improper realtions with that woman” Clinton, I cant believe that the Dems would have the gall to mention the word “lie” in regards to Pres. Bush. Its extremely ironic, dont you think?

    4. Jesus_is_Lord Says:

      Argh!! They are so two faced. But since they don’t have a platform and are desperate, they will lie when the truth would sound better.

    5. Doc Says:

      I love that “you’re just paranoid” argument.

      “I know you keep hearing people demanding your lynching. I know you keep seeing those guys hovering around your property, looking into your windows. I know someone just bought a bunch of rope and even spray-painted your name on a tree with a solid, convenient branch. But jeepers, don’t you think you’re being awfully paranoid? None of these things mean that they’re REALLY going to try to string you up.”

      Frankly, it’s safer to be paranoid than blithely indifferent. But some folks never grew out of their adolescence, and still have all its accompanying character flaws.