Saturday, April 12, 2008

To the Hague!

What do you think the little boy who shoved firecrackers up frogs' butts and blew them up would grow up to be, anyway? Well, one might have hoped NOT President of the United States, but as election theft and and an inattentive public would have it, that's what happened.

ABC News reports:
"Well, we started to connect the dots, in order to protect the American people." Bush told ABC New s White House correspondent Martha Raddatz. "And, yes, I'm aware our national security team met on this issue. And I approved."
Three little words: "And I approved."


Physicians for Human Rights notes the following:
Techniques of psychological torture used have included sensory deprivation, isolation, sleep deprivation, forced nudity, the use of military working dogs to instill fear, cultural and sexual humiliation, mock executions, and the threat of violence or death toward detainees or their loved ones. A source familiar with conditions at Guantánamo told PHR that deprivation of sensory stimulation and over-stimulation led to self-harm and suicide attempts.
George W. Bush is a criminal on so many levels it would be difficult to list them all. He is certainly a war criminal in this, and so are the members of his National Security Council.

What have you done lately to oust them from office and hold them accountable?

h/t to Troutfishing. Read the whole article if you are up to facing the depravity of the whole thing.
--the BB


The Cunning Runt said...

...And our spineless Congress is complicit; they'll not stand up to these war criminals.

I urge EVERYONE to put some/all of their "economic stimulus" bribe to use in supporting and electing progressive politicians nationwide.

I'll have a post to that effect up before Tax Day.

These crimes committed in our names must STOP, regardless of the consequences which the main players in this Administration suffer.

And that's Earthly consequences. At the risk of being presumptuous, I'll wager my "stimulus" check that God has a plan for these bastards.

Paul said...

Good suggestion, CR. I think I wouldn't mind sending a few bucks to my local, Martin Heinrich, who is going for the congressional seat (NM-01) long held by Heather Wilson.