Wednesday, January 26, 2005

Speaking of rubberstamping Alberto Gonzales...

The Senate Judiciary Committee voted 10-8 to approve Gonzales' nomination. Democrats decried his evasion and arrogance. Republicans played up his self-made, humble beginnings.

Yeah, whatever, the guy should be in prison. When asked how to justify torture, he came up with the answer that his boss wanted- nevermind that the rest of the world disagrees with his analysis. Since torture is an international crime, the rest of the world gets a vote.

It is a crime against humanity, and as we learned from Nuremburg everyone from the brains of the operation all the way to the person wiring up some poor Iraqi slob's dick, they're all guilty. If Lynndie England is going away for years, so should Alberto Gonzales.

And Dubya, Dick, Condi, Tom Ridge.

And maybe reality show contestants.

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