Maybe we should let the ("real") conservatives fight the domestic wiretaps issue. It appears that the majority of Americans have been successful scared shit less by the Bush tyrants and are willing to abandon the constitution for a security blanket.(see the HL Menken quote in the header above). The Democrats of course should object and raise valid points as to the legality but at the same time concentrate on areas where Bush and the Republicans are vulnerable. That certainly doesn't mean the Democrats should repeat the GOP talking points like the DLC's Republican mole, Marshall Wittmann.
Bush and the Republicans are not unpopular because of domestic spying they are unpopular because a vast majority of Americans are fed up with Dubya's not so glorious misadventure in Iraq, the majority of them think they are worse off then they were five years ago and think the country is headed in the wrong direction. Concentrate on those issues.
Steve Soto agrees and as usual says it much better than I can.