Eric Muller on a recent Howard Coble radio appearance:
Notice first the categorical statement that on the issue of "wiretapping," Coble -- the man in the House responsible for oversight of this very area -- is just "not troubled by any of that."
Period. End of story.
You'd think maybe he'd say something about needing to learn something about the program before making a judgment.
Nope. He's just "not troubled" by reports of government data mining from millions of records of domestic phone calls by American citizens. Nothing to see here. Move along.
Is That Legal?: Howard Coble's Antiterrorism Dreamscape. Go read the whole thing. And don't forget, Howard is not unopposed this year. Make your next stop Rory Blake's page.