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12/28/05

Whose side is Bush on anyway?

First, Bush won't classify prisoners as prisoners of war to avoid adhering to the geneva convention which has caused these same prisoners to now have access to US Courts. If Bush had classified them as prisoners of war, they would not have ended up in our courtrooms with a chance for these terrorists to walk away scott-free.

Now this:

WASHINGTON, Dec. 27 - Defense lawyers in some of the country's biggest terrorism cases say they plan to bring legal challenges to determine whether the National Security Agency used illegal wiretaps against several dozen Muslim men tied to Al Qaeda.

The lawyers said in interviews that they wanted to learn whether the men were monitored by the agency and, if so, whether the government withheld critical information or misled judges and defense lawyers about how and why the men were singled out.


Now, since bush decided to use wiretaps without getting a warrant, more terrorists will end up going free, due to technicalities.

Is GW Bush on our side or on the side of the terrorists?

More things that just piss me off

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