A bit tired
Meanwhile, please feel free to initiate any discussion you feel might be worth discussing in this post.
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SIEM REAP, Cambodia — A Canadian toddler was killed with a shot to the head as punishment for crying too much today during a nightmarish hostage-taking at an international school that saw masked gunmen seize dozens of children and demand cash, weapons and a vehicle...Damned this sick world.
Bad people? Is this the definition of justice in Cheney's books? Cheney is talking about bad people? What does he think he himself is? An angel?
WASHINGTON - Vice-President Dick Cheney, reacting to a growing chorus of calls to close the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay where terrorism suspects are held, says there are no present plans to do so.
"The important thing here to understand is that the people that are at Guantanamo are bad people," he said.
Let's wait and see if this army chief will receive the same accusations as I've always been "generously" given.
Major General Joseph Taluto said he could understand why some ordinary people would take up arms against the US military because "they're offended by our presence".
In an interview with Gulf News, he said: "If a good, honest person feels having all these Humvees driving on the road, having us moving people out of the way, having us patrol the streets, having car bombs going off, you can understand how they could [want to fight us]."
The U.S. government has failed to conduct a truly independent investigation into the abuses at Guantanamo, Abu Ghraib, and other detention centers. Only enlisted soldiers and a few officers have been prosecuted, while those who designed and authorized a government policy of torture, inhuman or degrading treatment have not been held to account.