J. Edgar Hoover would have fit in splendidly with the Bush team. From a New York Times piece - Hoover Planned Mass Jailing in 1950 - by Tim Weiner:
A newly declassified document shows that J. Edgar Hoover, the longtime director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, had a plan to suspend habeas corpus and imprison some 12,000 Americans he suspected of disloyalty.
Hoover presented the plan to Harry Truman in 1950, shortly after the Korean War started. Truman passed. I wonder how Bush and Cheney would have responded to such a proposal in the time since the Global War on Terror began?