Readers React on Bush's Power
October 23, 2006
Editor's Note: Below are readers' comments about the expanding authority being claimed by George W. Bush and the continuing manipulation of intelligence in the "war on terror":
What "any person"
means, as you've already figured out [See "Who
Is 'Any Person' in Tribunal Law"], is that the sort of 'dirty war'
fought by the Argentine junta against its own citizens, as well as
countless other examples of bloody scapegoating and pathological
nationalism run amok (calling it by its truer name would feature the
word sadism), will for the most part be legal when perpetrated by the
govt. of the United States of America, at least until the Supreme
Court or other powerful interested parties intercede.
This most heinous of crimes, the persecution and murders of one's own fellow citizens, is what the shielding of our leaders from 'war crimes' may mostly be about. It's Condor come home, it's inevitable ultimate target all along.
The struggle now begins in earnest.
Ron L. Harwell, Miami, FL
Do you really think
that Bush thinks that Osama wants us to withdraw from Iraq? ["Giving
Osama What He Really Wants"] Or is that just one more excuse to
keep us in Iraq and solidify America's control of that part of the
world in her inexorable march toward a U.S.-dominated world empire
(the ultimate Goal of Hitler and the Nazis)?
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