Tuesday morning, George W. Bush signed away the birthright of all Americans…and all we got from the AP was this tepid spin
“Bush Signs Law on Terror Suspects
By NEDRA PICKLER, Associated Press Writer | Tuesday, October 17, 2006
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Bush on Tuesday signed legislation authorizing tough interrogation of terror suspects and smoothing the way for trials before military commissions, calling it a “vital tool” in a time of war.”
This new law also authorizes the indefinite detention — or killing — of anyone the so-called president designates a “terrorist”. And that’s just for starters. But the closest Nedra Pickler, Associated Press Writer, can come to the truth of this new law is:
“Bush’s plan for treatment of the terror suspects became law just six weeks after he acknowledged that the CIA had been secretly interrogating suspected terrorists overseas and pressed Congress to quickly give authority to try them in military commissions.”
It’s quite pathetic, isn’t it? There’s so much in this new so-called “anti-terror” law to write about, and Nedra Pickler, Associated Press Writer, gives us this: Bush admitted six weeks ago that his so-called anti-terror program had been breaking international law and the laws of many sovereign countries and now the craven congress has supposedly made it legal?
I see a repeat of Maoist China, only right here in America.
My advice, don’t piss anyone off, they might just tell the government you are a terrorist, and then you’ll just dissappear.