Bush's Hypocrisy on War Crimes

In Amerika - our world truly seems to have been turned on its head: Upside-down if you will in EVERY WAY.

I'm not trying to be funny. But what do Americans do when their government is committing war crimes? What is a war crime? Why not ask the accused what a war crime is? Then we can use their own definition to make sure they know the difference between right and wrong - allowing them a courtesy not granted to the citizens - allowances for ignorance of the law.

Read entire article here:

" "If there is somebody captured," President George W. Bush told reporters on March 23, 2003, "I expect those people to be treated humanely. If not, the people who mistreat the prisoners will be treated as war criminals." "
Note: Perhaps this previous blog post will be of interest to those not in denial:

Please read and examine links in article here:

" America waterboarded prisoners
The argument seems to have boiled down to whether or not waterboarding is torture or not. Some say yes, others say no. The question is not whether or not it was done. There are also conflicts regarding the value of torture - but illegal is illegal regardless of the monstrosity justified or beliefs held. Here is a review to help you follow this contorted path of cruelty."

UPDATE FEB 18, 2010 Cheney Admits to War Crimes, Media Yawns, Obama Turns the Other Cheek

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