View Poll Results: Will we see war crime prosecutions, and are they justified?

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  • Yes we will see them and they are justified.

    5 7.81%
  • Yes we will see them but they will not be justified.

    4 6.25%
  • No we will not see them but they would have been justified.

    21 32.81%
  • No we will not see them and they would not have been justified.

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    Re: Will we see war crime prosecutions, and are they justified?

    Vincent Bugliosi wrote his book, The Prosecution of George Bush for Murder, setting forth a very real case against former president George W. Bush using facts. Facts that are irrefutable. His clarity on these crimes is scary. Scary because it will make you ask yourself, "Why did our elected leaders, of all parties, allow this to happen?" Most libraries have this audio book. Mr. Bugliosi knows his stuff! If you’re interested in hearing the truth, get it asap. Then spread the word. The more noise we make the harder it will be to ignore BushCo’s crimes.

    This is a man of honor, intelligence and integrity. Who better to expose that the king has no clothes?

    "Vincent Bugliosi is a consummate prosecutor who has now put together yet another compelling case. His is a cry for justice on behalf of the thousands upon thousands of people who have suffered irreparable harm -- and the many of who have died -- as a result of the criminal conduct of the President of the United States. This passionate and powerful brief should not be ignored."
    "In the middle of some of the worst atrocities in Iraq, with the surivors of victims screaming out in anguish over the unspeakable horror of it all, Bush after a hearty breakfast tells the media:
    Quote: I'm gonna have lunch with Secretary of State Rice, take a little nap, I'm reading an Elmore Leonard book right now - knock off a little Elmore Leonard this afternoon - go fishing with my man Barney [his dog], have a light dinner, then head for the ball game. So it's a perfect day. End quote.
    As I talk to you [Linda] right now, there are a hundred-thousand dead - maybe a million - and this guy is off having a great time! I said to myself, 'No, you son of a bitch! You're not gonna have another perfect day for as long as you live if I have anything to say about it because I'm gonna put a thought in your mind that you're going to take with you to your grave. That's the least that I can do for these thousands of poor soldiers coming back from Iraq in a box or in a jar of ashes. And the thousands upon thousands of innocent men, women, children and babies dying because of your war. And that thought is that there's no statute of limitations for murder. They went after Pinochet after 33 years - and then he died."
    Coming from Vincent Bugliosi, a man who has proven time and again that he has no fear, this is a threat George Bush should take seriously. Vince will not back down. One must remember that Vince Bugliosi is the author of Helter Skelter. He's the guy who prosecuted Charles Manson in a case where a defense attorney was found dead - and though it was never proven -- is believed to have been killed as retaliation by Manson Family members. Vince was the hands-on prosecutor who publicly defied Manson's threats of retribution. He's fearless.

    In retrospect, it's interesting how so many physically slight men, like Vince Bugliosi, Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich, stand so tall against injustice. Equally interesting is how powerful corporate entities like major publishing houses and media conglomerates, succumb willingly to the same.

    Despite his literary successes, the same publishing houses that would ordinarily vie for a Bugliosi book, passed on The Prosecution Of George W. Bush For Murder -- a testament to the incivility of the Bush administration and the level of fear it engenders. Gratefully, Vanguard Press took the plunge. When I asked Vince why corporate media and large corporate publishers ignored his book, he responded with:
    "The left is afraid of the right but the right's not afraid of the left." Those on "the right" are terribly mean, evil and bad people."
    The fact is, Vincent Bugliosi is as decent a man as you'll ever meet. He's written the book that others are too afraid and too unskilled to write. America's good fortune is that there is no one better than Vincent Bugliosi to write the case to prosecute George Bush. Please support Vince on his critically important mission. Do all you can to spread the word. Encourage every legal scholar in America to make the case for the prosecution of George W. Bush. Encourage every talented prosecutor to take this case on. Buy the book and pass it on. Bush leaves office in less than 7 months. Let's make certain he doesn't have a perfect day for as long as he lives!

    Linda Milazzo: A Call to Heroes: My "Sit-Down" With Vince Bugliosi


    Listen to Mr. Buglioso himself as he testifies to Congress about Bush's crimes:
    YouTube - 'Prosecution of George W Bush for Murder!' Vincent Bugliosi

    And here you can hear Mr. Bugliosi explain to more degree about his book:
    YouTube - VINCENT BUGLIOSI: The Prosecution of George Bush for Murder

    Bush and his thugs need to be prosecuted for their crimes against Americans and the world.
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    Re: Will we see war crime prosecutions, and are they justified?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    Those 7 minutes say more about GWB than any other moment of his Presidency.


    BDS at its finest.

    I'm very much looking forward to seeing your defense of your messiah.
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    Re: Will we see war crime prosecutions, and are they justified?

    Quote Originally Posted by Goobieman View Post


    BDS at its finest.

    I'm very much looking forward to seeing your defense of your messiah.
    Nah....I won't be like you and your fellow Bush Apologists....when Obama does something wrong, I won't make excuses and try to justify everything that he does.
    One thing I expect from Obama is something that was sorely missing from GWB...a willingness to accept responsibility and be accountable to the people of this country. If Obama fails to do that...unlike you, I will not stand by and make excuses...I will be among the first that call on him to do the right thing.
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    Re: Will we see war crime prosecutions, and are they justified?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post

    THAT has got to be the lamest justification that I've heard to justify Bush's inaction.
    No...you don't have to jump up screaming and run out. But you can say..."Children....The President has very important business that I have to attend to..." and get to the business of running this country. Those 7 minutes say more about GWB than any other moment of his Presidency.
    The very worst thing you can do during a catastrophe is panic, and you are also assuming that kids are stupid, do you not understand that those children would have picked up on the president leaving the class in mid-paragraph?
    Neither side in an argument can find the truth when both make an absolute claim on it.

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    Re: Will we see war crime prosecutions, and are they justified?

    Quote Originally Posted by LaMidRighter View Post
    The very worst thing you can do during a catastrophe is panic, and you are also assuming that kids are stupid, do you not understand that those children would have picked up on the president leaving the class in mid-paragraph?
    Thats exactly what GWB and his apologists don't understand. There is a HUGE difference between panicking and taking swift action. All you have to do is take a look at his face during those 7 minutes and you'll understand that his inaction was "panic" disguised as ineptness.
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    Re: Will we see war crime prosecutions, and are they justified?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    Thats exactly what GWB and his apologists don't understand. There is a HUGE difference between panicking and taking swift action. All you have to do is take a look at his face during those 7 minutes and you'll understand that his inaction was "panic" disguised as ineptness.
    You're seeing what you want to see because your partisanship won't let you even consider the possibility that he may have been thinking.
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    Re: Will we see war crime prosecutions, and are they justified?

    Quote Originally Posted by RightOfCenter View Post
    You're seeing what you want to see because your partisanship won't let you even consider the possibility that he may have been thinking.
    He couldn't think. Cheney and Rove weren't there!
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    Re: Will we see war crime prosecutions, and are they justified?

    Quote Originally Posted by ADK_Forever View Post
    He couldn't think. Cheney and Rove weren't there!
    Your rabid partisanship really isn't that amusing. Attack the man's policies or actions, but don't attack him for not frightening a class full of school children while he thought about the gravity of the situation.
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    Re: Will we see war crime prosecutions, and are they justified?

    Quote Originally Posted by RightOfCenter View Post
    Your rabid partisanship really isn't that amusing. Attack the man's policies or actions, but don't attack him for not frightening a class full of school children while he thought about the gravity of the situation.
    Attacking the man's "inaction" IS attacking his actions. His sitting on his ass had nothing to do with not frightening a class full of school children..that is just a sorry excuse to apologize for a man who hadn't a clue how to react to the first crisis he faced as President.
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    Re: Will we see war crime prosecutions, and are they justified?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    Attacking the man's "inaction" IS attacking his actions. His sitting on his ass had nothing to do with not frightening a class full of school children..
    Yes, I doubt he was thinking, he was probably just more interested in "My Pet Goat."

    Your partisanship is showing.

    that is just a sorry excuse to apologize for a man who hadn't a clue how to react to the first crisis he faced as President.
    What possible good would storming out of his chair and frightening them done?
    I truly doubt getting to Air Force 1 seven minutes sooner would have changed a damn thing.
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