xeni at May 24th, 2014 13:55 — #1
billstewart at May 24th, 2014 14:15 — #2
Appalling. Not surprising, unfortunately, but still appalling.
anonkopimi at May 24th, 2014 15:07 — #3
Quid Pro Quo, Barack.
Can you still hear the screaming of the Yemenite children?
I bet the firewood they were gathering burned REAL GOOD
when the Hellfire missiles torched their little bodies.
macac013 at May 24th, 2014 17:09 — #4
Democrats: The Party of the People.
Seriously, when did this become something we accept? Why does this continue? Why is Barack Obama not being called a war criminal along with Cheney, Bush, and Rumsfeld? The crimes perpetrated by the Bush administration continue unabated (and in many cases are being scaled up) under the Obama administration and somehow Obama is immune from the same level of criticism?
stevelaudig at May 24th, 2014 19:18 — #5
Think Jay Bybee and John Yoo [not a judge merely a tenured law professor]
boundegar at May 24th, 2014 20:20 — #6
Harvard Law Professor: Terror > Fifth Amendment
Democrats: Sounds good, next!
melted_crayons at May 24th, 2014 20:45 — #7
The judge is a useful tool who is being rewarded.
Most wars have been fought for natural resources. And now we can also spread "the free market" to those countries who previously said "No, thanks".
Those who financially benefit from war, banking, finance, oil, etc are the ones who really run our country. It's all a well-orchestrated illusion. You can see it when you watch the news, read the paper, etc.
Welcome to The Matrix of illusion.
imb at May 26th, 2014 07:31 — #8
You do read boingboing, right?
macac013 at May 27th, 2014 03:59 — #9
Obviously, I do.
Has BoingBoing denounced Obama as a war criminal and I just missed it?
imb at May 27th, 2014 06:19 — #10
Maybe not, but plenty of the readers/commenters have voiced disapproval.
xeni at May 29th, 2014 13:56 — #11
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