When Idiot Son George Bush signed the Patriot Act last month, he issued another one of his "signing statements" that says he doesn't have to follow what the Patriot Act law says.
He issued an addendum or "signing statement" to say that he doesn't feel obligated to follow the requirement that he inform the United States Congress about how the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) utilizes the expaned police powers that the Patriot Act provides.
The Patriot Act Bush signed into law, has several provisions to ensure that the FBI does not abuse the power to search people's homes, and seize documents secretly. And under the Act, the Administration must provide Congress information by certain dates, a provision which Bush says he is not compelled to follow.
This is not the first time that Bush has issued a signing statement to say he may not obey the law which he just signed.
He issued a signing statement after he signed John McCain's anti-torture bill into law, saying he didn't feel compelled to completely obey it.