Senator Ensign Deems Your Rights To Be Ensignificant
Senator Ensignificant doesn't believe in the First Amendment as witnessed in his vote for the amendment to ban flag burning. Today, Senator Ensignificant reveals that he doesn't believe in the freedom of the press either saying that the New York Times "should have worked in cooperation with those authorities in our government to make sure those who leaked were prosecuted". Seems he's on a role. Which freedom guaranteed by the constitution will the Senator deem ensignificant tomorrow, I wonder.
That said, I have to thank the Las Vegas Review-Journal for once again writing the truth: "The Nevadan and a group of other Republican senators echoed President Bush". Yup, that's how we know him.