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Sunday, April 23, 2006

The Bogus Promise to Stop Iraqi Prisoner Abuse

Is it a lie when you promise to inspect all of the more than one thousand Iraqi detention facilities and almost 6 months later you've only inspected 6? Didn't we all understand that we were executing an 80 year plan?

In case you were wondering, as I was, the Washington Post updates us on the promised inspections of Iraq's prisons. Only six inspected ... and evidence of abuse of prisoners found at all of them.

We are helping install guys who think Saddam was only bad because of what he did to their sect but not because of the methods he used.

Let's be honest --- the slow pace of the inspections and the lack of candor about the ones that have occurred is for one reason --- to mislead the American public; both as to the moral low ground occupied by the new Iraqi government and the Bush administration's knowledge of it.

4 Comments:

  • "to mislead the American public"

    that was the thrust of 60 minutes piece last night featuring top CIA official blowing whistle on Bush admin bullshit

    By Anonymous webhub, at 9:20 AM  

  • Geez, all you guys care about is hypocrisy. What about character? Sure, aside from being a hypocrite, liar and money-grubber, Bush's character is good. He goes to church and is against abortion.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:43 PM  

  • good point, anonymous. who says character doesn't count?

    By Anonymous get it right, at 7:27 PM  

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