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

As if the World Needed Proof that Bush is Evil

I saw this the other day, but I’ll just make a quick comment. Bush is going to veto a bill that would ban waterboarding, because torture, he says, is essential the security of the United States. The bill would limit the CIA to the same interrogation techniques the Army is, which itself somehow didn’t get limited until 2006.
I wonder how many Christians still support Bush? If any do, then wake up! He is absolute evil, he isn’t what he claimed, his actions such as this prove it. No Christian, let alone any reasonable human, could condone torture. And don’t believe the lies about it being essential to security. Even after 9/11 you are more likely to die from a mentor strike than from a terrorist attack on US soil. If you want to improve security, get out of the Middle East, get out of Iraq and Saudi Arabia, those two factors alone are the number one recruitment tools of Al-Quida. If we pulled out of the Middle East and adjusted our Foreign Policy a tad, we would virtually end the risk to ourselves.
I’ll question the integrity of any members of Congress who don’t vote to override the veto of this bill.
Okay, I’ll try to stay off politics at least for the rest of the day and move the blog back to updates about our personal lives.