Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Bush and Cheney want to crush your child's testicles

John Yoo wants to crush your child's testicles

John Yoo is the former WH lawyer that helped clear away such tiresome and meddling concepts as the Bill of Rights and the Geneva Conventions, so Bushco could wage unlimited war on anyone they choose, thru Yoo's "torture" memos and his work on the Patriot Act.

In explaining the Unitary executive theory, Yoo made the following statements during a December 1, 2005, debate in Chicago, Illinois, with Notre Dame Law School Professor Doug Cassel:

Cassel: If the President deems that he’s got to torture somebody, including by crushing the testicles of the person’s child, there is no law that can stop him?

Yoo: No treaty.

Cassel: Also no law by Congress. That is what you wrote in the August 2002 memo.

Yoo: I think it depends on why the President thinks he needs to do that.[11]

Just think!!! At the same time your child's getting his nuts crushed by some Bushco goon, the father would be under going waterboarding to extract dubious information.

Is America a great country under the Bush/Cheney Junta or what?

"Hey, put down that pliers.....aaahhahh..."

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