President Bush Pardons His Administration For War Crimes

Gotta love our president. After the Supreme Court declared that detainees were covered under the Geneva Convention, President George W. Bush became very frightened. So what did he do? He pushes a bill through Congress with a tiny provision buried deep inside that gives himself and everyone in his administration IMMUNITY FROM WAR CRIMES PROSECUTION retroactive to September 11, 2001. This president has done his best to shatter the Constitution and turn America into a hellish nightmare.

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Joel Gross

Joel Gross is the CEO of Coalition Technologies.

4 thoughts on “President Bush Pardons His Administration For War Crimes”

  1. Ridiculous.

    The biggest difference between us and the rest of the world at the moment is the fact that we have the power to do what we want, when we want to with little that can stand in our way.

    If he thought defending our country was best served by waterboarding guys overseas, than thats what we elected him for. No international accord should stop an elected leader from acting in our best interest.

    Just be prepared to deal with India or China torturing us when they are the global hegemon.

  2. I think that we should overthrow Bush. The founders of America specifically designed the Constitution for situations just the same as these to prevent evil dictatorships. This is the reason why big guns need to be legal in our country. How the hell am I going to revolt with a handgun or a damned musket?!

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