Little John Doe (LJ): Sure. What do you wanna play?
LB: How 'bout I Spy? I spy with my little NSA on Americans residing within the USA.
LJ: Hold on, you can't do that!
LB: Of course I can. I authorized it and I have the authority to do it.
LJ: No, you do not. It isn't legal.
LB: It is too. Article 2 of the 'goddamn piece of paper' gives me the right.
LJ: Article 2 of the constitution doesn't allow you to spy on Americans. You can't spy on people without some sort of court approval.
LB: Oh, yeah! … ask Little Gonzales, he is playing the US attorney general, he says I have the right. Besides, I did it to protect Americans.
LJ: You have got to be kiddin' me! You wanna spy on Americans, to protect the Americans you are actually spying on?
LJ: You're a moron!
LB: Shut up! I am spying on you right now, and you are sounding more and more like an enemy combatant.
LJ: Listen, just because we sycophantically approved all your other unlawful deeds does not qualify you to scrutinize citizens within your own country on a pretext of war on terrorism and this issue should be sub judice anyway!
LB: Huh?.... uh,… thanks for the compliment.
LJ: Jeez! You don't get it, do you? I am going to request a congressional hearing on this.
LB: You can't do that! By discussing our spying tactics will give advantage to the evil-doers!
LJ: That's a load of bull and you know it! What you are doing is illegal.
LB: No it is NOT, and I am going to continue to spy on you and your family and the rest of the public, so there!
LJ: You can't do that to me, I'm an American!!
LB: Dude that is a line used in Hollywood movies by an American character who gets mistreated outside his own country. It doesn't mean anything here.
LJ: Well, I am not playing your stupid I SPY game. I'm leaving!
LB: Good! The whole idea of the game is to spy on you without you knowing anyway, so get lost!