drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
drieuxster
drieuxster

It is only a crime....

IF it is against the Law.

And we all know, that if the president does it, it of course is Divinely Inspired:
Bush allegedly ordered the CIA to forge a handwritten letter from the head of Iraq's intelligence service to Saddam Hussein that purported to link the Iraqi dictator to the ringleader of the hijackers who toppled the Twin Towers on 9/11, according to news accounts of Suskind's new book, The Way of the World: A Story of Truth and Hope in an Age of Extremism. Such use of an intelligence service to influence domestic political debate could be an impeachable offense, Suskind writes.
[ cf Suskind: Bush ordered fake letter linking Iraq to 9/11 ]
Think about it...

In an age of Unitary Executive Principles, who can actually judge the divine will of Dubya, and how the Divine Will MOVES in MYSTERIOUS and TransFactual ways.

Thank GOD!!! We have RoboBushCheney!!!
They Shiney!!!

The are opposed to the evil liberal TransFactual, that they are removing all of the Factuals from the national diet....

It's what the troops are fighting for...

{ hey kids, what is it called when one nation accidentally invades another country on purpose??? }
Tags: bushcheney2008, war, war_crimes
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