Sunday, July 2

Are Americans Too Gullible, Part Deux

Does the NY Times story hurt the effort going forward to capture terrorists? Probably, but as we have learned recently with the Supreme Court's decision on GITMO, there still needs to be a balance in what the government can do without oversight or judicial process and what they can't do.

From what I have read and heard, the NY Times hasn't broken the law, but let's say they did. Would the same people who have a problem with Times story have a problem with the Times for reporting that the automakers have a contract with the government to put GPS tracking material in the vehicles during production?(No truth to this)

My guess is probably not. So where do we draw the line? At what point does someone have to standup and say enough? I know some might not think it is right in "times of war" for the media and liberals to keep this Administration in check, but if not us, who? In the words of Winston Churchill, "The price of greatness is responsibility."