Monday, June 04, 2007

Hillbilly hermit wonders: Just how far?
by Hillibilly hermit

This is only the latest outrage! Bush has decided to ignore
international law once again by putting a child soldier in Guantanamo
and trying him as a war criminal.

So what the fuck's going on? When "they" torture our troops, it's a war

But when we torture their troops, it's "interrogation"???

When Saddam used Abu Grahib as a torture chamber it was an atrocity. When we
used it for exactly the same purpose, it was "expedient"?

If an 18 year old has sex with a 15 year old it's rape, but when bush tortures a 15
year old the laws don't apply?

Some months ago, a small town in North Dakota passed a resolution in
support of the federal government forming a "peace department." Public
outrage forced the city council to repeal the resolution at the very
next meeting!

After World War II, United States led the world at the
Geneva conventions setting strict rules about torture, abuse of
prisoners, and other "war crimes." Now, the administration, Congress,
and the well-thought-of McCain himself are actively supporting "our
right" to torture when we consider it expedient.

I'm so glad that I'm old and don't have much time left to watch the
United States become the what Nazi Germany was two generations ago.

In Weird Wally's Opinion: It's the Crusades All Over Again.

Fuck a bunch of Nazis because they came so late into a game that was already thousands of years old and, although they didn't have a clue, they were too arrogant to even consider the possibility that that they didn't have a clue.

And when are our Crusades going to finally end?

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