"And though tyranny, because it needs no consent, may successfully rule over foreign peoples, it can stay in power only if it destroys first of all the national institutions of its own people."

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Irony: Bush Says Musharraf Hasn't Crossed Any Lines

In a great deal of irony yesterday, dictator King Bush said in an interview that Pakistani dictator-in-chief Pervez Musharraf has not crossed the line in his enactment of martial law and arresting of any and all political opponents. The irony here is that this is exactly what our government has setup to happen here, especially with the passing of an 'ideological terrorist' thought crime bill (HR 1955) tallied 404-6 in the House by our traitor politicians, that is expected to pass easily through the Senate. It is getting increasingly tougher to question the decisions made by our criminals in congress. I invite Bush to visit Pakistan and stand up on a podium with a big loudspeaker, and proceed to tell the people there that their president has not crossed any lines. If it is done here, be sure that it will be under a false label of 'national security.' Democrats have come out to rip into Bush's comments, but they're only doing it one reason: votes. If they cared about democracy, they wouldn't have allowed things to get like this. When are all the political prisoners here going to be released, hypocrites?

Bush was asked in the interview if there is any line Musharraf should not cross. "He hasn't crossed the line. As a matter of fact, I don't think that he will cross any lines," Bush replied, according to an ABC transcript. ". . . We didn't necessarily agree with his decision to impose emergency rule, and . . . hopefully he'll get . . . rid of the rule. Today, I thought, was a pretty good signal, that he released thousands of people from jail."

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