Thursday, June 12, 2008

Bush Is Quick To Disagree With Supreme Court Decision Defending Rights Of Guantamo Prisoners

Of course Bush would disagree which such a constitutional ruling, because for his entire 7 and a half years in office, he has purposefully done everything within his power to undermine the US Constitution and Bill Of Rights whenever possible. While most politicians do often joke around in order to lighten the tension of serious situations, George W. Bush was quite serious when he stated that the United States would be much better off as a dictatorship, as long as he was the dictator -- his obvious reference to the New World Order, which his father spoke of more than a decade earlier, and indicative of the global fascist one world government which is presently taking shape around this planet.

Bush disagrees with court's Guantanamo ruling
Jun 12, 3:55 PM (ET)

ROME (AP) - President Bush on Thursday strongly disagreed with a Supreme Court ruling that clears foreign terrorism suspects at Guantanamo Bay to challenge their detention in U.S. civilian courts. Bush suggested new legislation may now be needed to keep the American people safe.

"We'll abide by the court's decision," Bush said during a news conference in Rome. "That doesn't mean I have to agree with it." The court's decision was sure to be popular in Europe, where many leaders have called for the closing of Guantanamo.

In its third rebuke of the Bush administration's treatment of prisoners, the court ruled 5-4 that the government is violating the rights of prisoners being held indefinitely and without charges at the U.S. naval base in Cuba. The court's liberal justices were in the majority.

"It was a deeply divided court, and I strongly agree with those who dissented," Bush said. "And that dissent was based upon their serious concerns about U.S. national security."
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