Wednesday, December 17, 2008

So NOW can we put them on trial?

Now that Bush and Cheney have admitted in several interviews that they lied and tortured, that they're not ashamed of having lied and tortured, and that if they had it to all over again they'd just lie and torture again--

NOW can we begin the impeachment proceedings?

NOW can we charge them with war crimes?

NOW can we have justice?

If not now, WHEN?

14 comments:

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

Amen sister.

enc said...

I wish.

pissed in NYC said...

Why do I assume that they are admitting it out loud because they were already given teh "get out of jail free" card? Oh, and Rick Warren is giving the invocation at Obama's inauguration. Not fucking kidding.

Wake me up when it's 2012, 'kay?

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Somebody is just trying to ensure that you maintain this blog name, I guess. I'm sure they mean well ...

Karen Zipdrive said...

They have admitted it and they should be tried.
As for Rick Warren, whatever, dude. The more we discuss him, the more fame we give him.
Give him his two minute prayerand let's move on. We have bigger fish to fry than this two-bit Bible huckster.

Some Guy said...

Yeah, really. What's the hold up?

dguzman said...

Dr. Monkey--let's keep shouting it!

Enc--me too. Why do I feel like it'll come true when that lottery-win wish does?

PiNY--oh no. It seems like just when you think it's gonna get better, you just get kicked in the head.

Barbara--that's it! It's ALL about the bloggy!

Zipdrive--it's just the blatancy of it that gets me!

Some Guy--Worried that PiNY's right.

DCup said...

I do believe that it's necessary now. Or we're all accountable.

GETkristiLOVE said...

Exactly. If we don't than what message does that send to future administrations?

Randal Graves said...

Talking hairpiece #1: "Given all the problems facing Americans today, the Democrats want to be divisive. What do you think, Impartial Guest Pragmatist?"

Impartial Guest Pragmatist: "You are correct, Talking Hairpiece #1. By focusing on the past, the incoming administration cannot hope to solve the pressing problems that are hurting ALL Americans."

Talking Hairpiece #2: "So correct. Glad you could join us, Impartial Guest Pragmatist. After the break, you'll never guess what Britney Spears did today!"

kirby said...

I don't think the war criminals in this administration will ever be brought to justice. Still, I think a grass roots effort to pick one day of peaceful, organized protest against their war crimes, nationwide, is something that could be achieved. For Christ's sake, the Colbert Nation flash mobbed an entire country and got a bridge named after Colbert. It could be done.

Real Live Lesbian said...

Unbelievable.

And...I'm so damn jealous of your Iron Fork competitions. I want to be YOUR neighbor!!!

Iheartfashion said...

Please please please.

Distributorcap said...

randal - LOL

bush is going to pardon ALL of them pre-emptively so that excludes them from prosecution in the US

so cheney can say what he wants and feel comfortable