WASHINGTON, DC --- The ACLU announced today that they are representing more than 200 Al Qaeda members in the United States in a lawsuit against the White House after it was discovered that they were being monitored without a warrant.
"We're outraged!" said ACLU representative, Commie Greenstien. "I can't believe the nerve of these people spying on terror.. um, immigrants without getting a warrant. They'll pay for it. Trust me. Some day these people will get the respect they deserve from our government. Maybe once this lawsuit is filed we'll step in the right direction."
The ACLU was unable to disclose the names of any terrorists they represent for fear of having their heads cut off. The New York Times offered to assist in any way possible with the case.