20 September 2006


Eugene Robinson writes at the Washington Post.
I wish I could turn to cheerier matters, but I just can't get past this torture issue—the fact that George W. Bush, the president of the United States of America, persists in demanding that Congress give him the right to torture anyone he considers a “high-value” terrorist suspect. The president of the United States. Interrogation by torture. This just can't be happening.
Found via Jim Henley of Unqualified Offerings, who describes the story thus.
the President put torture back in the news, campaigning for a bill to make torture okay so long as the President meets the strict requirement of deciding to torture someone
Impeach George W. Bush. Impeach him now.

1 comment:

Hecate said...

Impeach George W. Bush. Impeach him now.

From your keyboard to the Goddess' monitor.