Well, you're wrong. He knows you're wrong; I know you're wrong; I suspect as soon as Dd reads this and stops snorting beer from his nose that he'll tell you you're wrong, too.
See, this is a prime case of you just defending the government without any examination of the critical facts of the case.
Now, it's been law for decades that phone calls have certain privacy rights attached to them. You can tell that someone called someone else, but you can't listen in on calls without a warrant. The way the courts are inexorably moving, decision to decision to decision, is to treat email the same way you treat phone calls and sealed mail.
The government as it stands now claims that it can read that email and listen to those phone calls based on (I'll quote it again from the original)
Another presidential order issued shortly after the attacks, the text of which is classified
Unfortunately for Bushbots like you, the President does not get to make the law, only to follow it.
It's a shame that all this will get simply sucked into the Einstein-Rosen tunnel known coloquially as 'the space between Rsak's ears', therein to be deposited in the black hole currently residing where a normal human would have a brain, and thereby being ejected at some unknown point on the back end as random atoms.