Obama Attacks Bush While Announcing a Bush Like Program, Liberal Media Attacks Him

In a case of the pot calling the kettle black, Obama, standing in front of the Constitution of the United States, rightfully attacked Bush for his policies regrading detainees. Bush and Cheney and all the others should be prosecuted for war crimes. No doubt they overstep the rule of law, no doubt they tortured, or at least ordered the torture of detainees. Unfortunately, Obama hasn’t had the courage to order a full commission into those war crimes. During this speech, in front of the Constitution, Obama laid out a new plan. A plan that includes putting people in jail because they might commit a crime. It is, as the video below points out, something out of Minority Report (good movie by the way).
Here is Rachel Maddow, one of the more liberal reporters out there, on the most liberal media outlet out there, attacking Obama for it:

Of course this is what separates the liberal media from the conservative media. Hanity, Rush, Beck, O’Reilly and their ilk would just as well such Bush’ and Chaney’s dicks before admitting that they were wrong on Iraq and torture. Hanity on national TV said he would be willing to be waterboarded. He was offered $1000 to a charity of his choice for each second he could survive being waterboarded. He never had the guts to do it, but maintains that it isn’t torture. Mancow, another conservative host who believed that it wasn’t torture lasted only 6 seconds and admitted it was torture. Even Christopher Hitchens, an atheist who goes to the extreme of being anti-religious (there are plenty of atheist, who are fine with others believing in whatever they want so being atheist doesn’t equate to being anti-religious) and author of God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything changed his mind about waterboarding after doing it himself. Not that being an atheist or anti-religious had anything to do with it, but just pointing out that even people in liberal circles (at least as conservatives would see Hitchens) who didn’t believe waterboarding was torture changed their mind. The liberal media often attacks their own. About the only criticism I hear from the conservative media about Bush was his spending policy.
Anyhow back to the subject at hand. Everyone should be outraged that people can now be jailed before they commit a crime, and be kept, without charges indefinitely… the very things we have been critical of Bush about. Boo, Mr. President, boo. Please change this policy.