Equal Justice

While even Truth & Reconciliation ideas which would involve no prosecutions over crimes including- kidnap, rape, murder, torture, war of aggression causing over 1 million deaths are given a luke warm non-committal pass, the journalist who threw a shoe at Bush faces 15 years in jail.


8 Responses to “Equal Justice”

  1. libhomo Says:

    So much for Iraq being a “free” country now.

  2. libhomo Says:

    By the way, your home page is now crashing my browser, even after I restart my Mac.

  3. RickB Says:

    There is now a global elite as beyond the law as Royalty were in past centuries.

    Hmm, sorry about that, I shall take it outside and give it a stern talking to, I have checked it on a vista machine and mine (Tiger) and it’s ok today, could it have been a WP thingy that is now fixed, if it is still doing it I’ll hunt down the culprit and remove it.

  4. Mike Says:

    Chris Floyd also has (another) go at Obama about this on his Empire Burlesque blog.

  5. Mike Says:

    Arthur Silber’s When Destruction Is the Cost of Denial is worth a read as well.

  6. Mike Says:

    Bloody technology!

    Take 2: Here’s Arthur: When Destruction Is the Cost of Denial.

  7. Mike Says:

    For the baffled: I have just worked out these comment boxes don’t like it when you tell a link to open in a new window.

    I live and learn.

    (And my browser – Firefox 3.05 – is showing no problem with your site.)

  8. RickB Says:

    Yah Silber & Floyd are really keeping the dissent fires burning, I like Floyd’s simple tool-

    “WIBDI: What If Bush Did It?”
    This user-friendly analytical tool provides a quick and easy way of determining the value of any given policy while correcting one’s perception for partisan bias. Simply take a particular action or proposal and submit it to the WIBDI test: If Bush did this, would you think it was OK? Or would you condemn it as the act of a warmonger, or a tyrant, or a corrupt corporate tool, etc.?

    Thanks for the browser check.

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