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Saturday, August 19, 2006

Bush and Torture: More Self-Protective Rules Changing

They still don't get it! No matter how many times the courts and Congress tell them that torture is not OK, the Bush "do-it-my-way" Executive branch continues to duck, to twist, and to cause shame for thinking Americans.

The latest, as reported in the Washington Post, is a scheme to retroactively immunize CIA and other government torturers by making their crimes no longer crimes.


Meanwhile the Bushies yap about how taking away the "right" to spy on American citizens will mess up their war on terror, which they've messed up quite well enough without outside help. Fortunately, yet another judge disagreed with them.

Sooner or later, it will have to dawn on these people that they are, in fact, bound by the laws they are charged with upholding. Meanwhile, there's always the voting booth--IF we can be assured that those who count the ballots aren't trying to throw the election again.


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