drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
drieuxster
drieuxster

Got T-Word???? You will feel safer NOW!!! And YOU WILL like it!!!

That is an ORDER!!!
President Bush has the legal power to order the indefinite military detentions of civilians captured in the United States, the federal appeals court in Richmond, Va., ruled on Tuesday in a fractured 5-to-4 decision.
...
The decision was a victory for the Bush administration, which had maintained that a 2001 Congressional authorization to use military force after the Sept. 11 attacks granted the president the power to detain people living in the United States.

[ cf Court Backs Bush on Military Detentions ]
FREE AT LAST!!!

FREE AT LAST!!!!

God Almighty We Be Free At Last!!!

Now anyone can be detained for any amount of time, without a trial, under any condition, just because someone wants to use the T-Word!!!

Thank GOD!!! we have RoboBushCheney!!!
They Shiney!!!

They gonna protect us from anyone who might be a t-word, for any reason...

{ hey kids, can you recall back when congress opted out of the gulf of tonkien resolution as the excuse for more majikal powers of the executive?

Oh, you missed that one, well wake up and smell the Double Cafe Latte without the Sprinkles!!! }
Tags: bushcheney2008, con_law, war, war_crimes
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