Tuesday, September 19, 2006

What's The Biggest Hypocrisy?

DK says this is the Bush administration's biggest hypocrisy.
If you were to pick the single greatest hypocrisy of the Bush Presidency,
wouldn't it have to be this: that the man who ostentatiously claims Jesus as his
favorite philosopher (he of "do unto others as ye would have them do unto you"
fame) would say,
in all seriousness, "Common Article III says that there will be no outrages upon
human dignity. It's very vague. "What does that mean, 'outrages upon human

What's your entry?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Yesterday's Capital Times had an article in which military commanders basically said that their troops are trained to follow the golden rule in handling prisoners. That's probably why Bush wants the CIA to be "special", so they can get away with (literally, in some cases) murder. I believe it was the CIA who directed the all-too-suggestible soldiers who did the disgusting Abu Ghraib stuff too.

America's moral authority is going down the toilet due to this dictatorial, incompetent administration. Shame. Maybe if incurious George were waterboarded himself while loudly proclaiming his innocence, some glimmer of understanding of the evil he's proposing might arise in his morally stunted psyche.