Monday, July 03, 2006

Can you hear me now? Good ....

So abu Musab al Zarqawi's cell phone contained the telephone numbers of high-ranking Iraq government officials. What was he calling them about ... bad trash pickup and late delivery of his newspaper?

So, our own government is monitoring OUR phone calls, but the top terrorist scumbag in Iraq apparently can call bureaucrats and politicians -- and maybe order pizza and beer -- without ever being noticed. Did anybody think to monitor phone calls in Iraq ... or might that have been too invasive?

5 comments:

Arlen Crawford said...

Excellent post and it probably has more truth to it than our government would like for us to know...

liberaltruth said...

I wonder if Al-Zarqawi prefers thin or pan.

Seriously though, it is pretty insidious that we justify the government searching our phone, bank and library records (and probably medical and shopping as well)....clearly they hate us for our freedom, so we are doing our best to get rid of them.

Bookworm said...

Maybe it just made him feel important -- you know, it's the namedropping thing amongst Muslim fanatics.

Eli Blake said...

Yeah, but our government is more afraid of us than they are of the Iraqi government. The only place the Iraqi government can vote against them is at the U.N., and they can veto that if they have to.

Chancelucky said...

One of these days, they'll find Bin Laden's cell phone. I really wonder whose numbers will turn up there.