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condoleezza rice. and your bully-boy boss too.

it may be good enough for our limp conservative government that you claim you're committed to informing ottawa now before you deport canadian citizens to other countries to be tortured, but it's not good enough for me. your assurances are worthless. you broke your own laws when you did that to maher arar; why should a letter on white house stationary have more weight? nevermind that the moment you open your lips these days it's to lie. you spent your political capital several times over by lying with impunity. damn right you're gonna do it again if it comes in handy, unless you're made to pay severely.

and i don't see an apology. nor a statement that you've taken maher arar off your stupid watchlist.

fuckers. i so want to see you criminals impeached. in fact, i'd like to see you jailed. but you've already legislated yourself to safety, haven't you.

and you, mackay, you are a pitiful piece of milquetoast.

p.s: dear globe and mail. have a copy editor check the spelling of the names of foreign "dignitaries" before publishing. yeah, it's a damnfool way of spelling her name, but it's her damnfool way.

on 2006-10-31 01:06 (UTC)
Posted by [identity profile] surelars.livejournal.com
Oh, that's a lovely rant. Thank you! You're awesome when you do that.

on 2006-10-31 23:08 (UTC)
Posted by [identity profile] huashan.livejournal.com
Impeachment isn't good enough. The entire bunch needs to be tried for war crimes by an international court and sentenced accordingly.

ICC involvement

on 2006-10-31 23:23 (UTC)
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Posted by [identity profile] pir-anha.livejournal.com
well, that won't happen. for one, the US doesn't recognize the ICC. also, back in february ocampo (ICC prosecutor) said his office won't pursue allegations of US war crimes in iraq. ironic, since one of the reasons the US claims to be against the ICC is that they would unfairly target US military personnel. turns out that's not the case. will that change US attitudes? not under bush, since he basically stands for "avoid accountability at all costs".

Re: ICC involvement

on 2006-10-31 23:27 (UTC)
Posted by [identity profile] huashan.livejournal.com
Oh, I know it won't happen, but then neither will impeachment. Not even if the democrats utterly control the house and senate both. But that's what SHOULD happen. Bush and Cheney should be impeached, tried and convicted for their illegal activities in the US and then they and the entire cabinet should be tried and convicted of war crimes.

But none of that will happen, regardless of the amount of evidence.


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