Critics like Congressman Barr may dislike the president’s terminology, but I thought when Mr. Bush explained the terrorist surveillance program last night he scored more political points than at any time last evening. That’s because, post-9/11, his argument had the advantage of being a no-brainer:
“If there are people inside our country who are talking with Al Qaida, we want to know about it, because we will not sit back and wait to be hit again.”
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