Judges of the FISA court, follow your hearts and take a stand for the Constitution. Come through and follow the last sentence of this article.
The judges could, depending on their level of satisfaction with the answers, demand that the Justice Department produce proof that previous wiretaps were not tainted, according to government officials knowledgeable about the FISA court. Warrants obtained through secret surveillance could be thrown into question. One judge, speaking on the condition of anonymity, also said members could suggest disbanding the court in light of the president's suggestion that he has the power to bypass the court.
As we all should know by now FISA allows you to eavedrop for three days before you get a warrant, but even that isn't enough for the Bush league dictator, check out this quote:
One government official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said the administration complained bitterly that the FISA process demanded too much: to name a target and give a reason to spy on it.
"For FISA, they had to put down a written justification for the wiretap," said the official. "They couldn't dream one up."
What better message could be sent to the public about the pervasive nature of the Chimperor Disgustus than that?