drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,

The THREAT of nations that fall to democracy.

A Spanish court has taken the first steps toward opening a criminal investigation into allegations that six former high-level Bush administration officials violated international law by providing the legal framework to justify the torture of prisoners at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, an official close to the case said.
[ cf Spanish Court Weighs Inquiry on Torture for 6 Bush-Era Officials ]
Thot experiment.

If Franco were still in power, providing the Great and Heroic Military Leadership that made him the dahling of so many neoCons, would there be a court in GODLESS AMERICA BASHING SPAIN to suggest that in any way, shape, kind or form, that anyone who is a part of the Unitary Executive Principle of the Divine Dubya Administration Blessed by the TRUE HAND OF GOD, should be held bound by the mere laws of MORTALS!!!

Thus we see that Democracy is the leading threat to Freedom.

Help STOP the growing threat of democracy, and the sinister and evil plot of allowing the civilians to suggest and imply that the mere civilian president should take precedence over the War President in a time of transferring the tax liabilities unto the Unborn Baby UBU!!!

Are you an American? Or an AmeriCant?
Tags: law, republican_pron, torture, war, war_crimes

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