Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Finally, something the Pope and I can agree on

“This is a point which must be clearly reaffirmed: war in God's name is never acceptable!” ~ Pope Benedict XVI

“I trust God speaks through me. Without that, I couldn’t do my job.”~ George W. Bush

Today it was reported that Pope Benedict XVI will address much of his comments to be made on January 1 (the Catholic observance of World Peace Day) towards the U.S. , declaring states had to set ethical limits in what they do to protect their citizens from terrorism. He also will repeat his belief that war in God's name is never justified.

Based on his comments today, Bush (R-Antichrist) has no intention of ending his war of choice and will most likely increase troop levels. Meanwhile, 66% of Americans think the U.S. spies on its citizens. Sen. Leahy promises to subpoena a controversial detainee treatment memorandum which is said to outline actual interrogation procedures that have been approved by the Executive Branch in contradiction to the Geneva Convention against Torture. And Gitmo justice is just a sick joke.

Ethical limits? Bush don't do ethical limits.

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