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A few weeks ago, George Washington University Constitutional Law professor Jonathan Turley, while appearing on MSNBC's Countdown with Keith Olbermann, essentially said that the Obama administration would "own" any war crimes -- such as the reported waterboarding of 9/11 suspect Khalid Sheikh Mohammed -- if it chose to look the other way. On Monday's show Turley went a little further and suggested that if Obama impedes investigations or prosecution that he wouldn't just be an "apologist," but also an "accessory."
Originally posted by RRconservative
Bush Derangement Syndrome at its finest.
Since when is liberating 50 million people a war crime?
Originally posted by ZindoDoone
Turley is an idiot. Anyone who actualy thinks that any body whether international or national is going to be allowed to get a former President or his advisors or cabinate into a court room is deluded. To even entertain the notion that anyone in the government would follow through would lay the foundation for total anarchy within the government itself. No elected official would make any decision that might be misinterpreted or construed to be illegal. It would literaly paralyse our government. The minor party of both Congress and the Senate and those that voted for them would be fair game for retribution and that in itself would be the death nell for our republic.
Originally posted by Cio88
I think its funny that the UN would even start to think for a second our government would hand over Bush.. The new crew is just as guilty.
And i believe that one of the side effects of Obama Mania is Anti-Bush syndrome
But im no doctor so dont hold me to that
Originally posted by DimensionalDetective
reply to post by RRconservative
"LIBERATING" 50 Million people? More like DISPLACING 50 million people, and murdering tens of thousands.