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Chavez Calls on Summit to Indict George W. Bush for War Crimes

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And what dire consequence did I predict in the previous thread? I might have agreed had you said "implied the possibility of dire consequences," but maybe I put too much stock in the ability to specify.

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When a huge scandal erupts in Saskatchewan, I'll be the first to ask for your take on the situation. This discussion, however...

see your off topic already. were not talking about an isolated incident, what were talking about is that the former president of 8 years (the guy that your country liked so much that you kept him in power as long as possible) was so corrupt that he should be convicted for war crimes.

the thing is, its not like 1 or 2 people are debating this issue, this is global news...

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And what dire consequence did I predict in the previous thread? I might have agreed had you said "implied the possibility of dire consequences," but maybe I put too much stock in the ability to specify.

The generic implied threat of sudden doom - guiding Republican politics since Goldwater!

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The generic implied threat of sudden doom - guiding Republican politics since Goldwater!

Johnson's campaign was worse than Goldwater's.

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What war crimes would he be charged with?

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What war crimes would he be charged with?

failure to turn left

running a stop sign

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What war crimes would he be charged with?

- authorized the use of torture and abuse in violation of international humanitarian and human rights law and domestic constitutional and statutory law.

- authorized the transfer (“rendition”) of persons held in U.S. custody to foreign countries where torture is known to be practiced.

-authorized the indefinite detention of persons seized in foreign combat zones and in other countries far from any combat zone and denied them the protections of the Geneva Conventions

all in all there are 269 war crimes 'they' are trying to get him for....

try watching news other then cnn or fox. you probably still believe that russia started the war in georgia....

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Everyone knows that Lincoln started the war in Georgia because he was an aggressive Federalist. Oh, Tara!

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Ah, yes, forget the fact that you don't know what you are talking about and predict dire consequences as a result of people not listening to what you don't know what you are talking about.

HAHA! As if you know what you're talking about...You flew Kennedy out there as if he did a damn thing right...Bay of Pigs, Allowed the Berlin wall to go up under his watch, poo his pants with the Cuban Missile crisis and got lucky that they backed down. He wouldn't have done poo if they had followed through.

I'll grant you FDR, but he still started us down the road to socialism, and that fact negates a lot.

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- authorized the use of torture and abuse in violation of international humanitarian and human rights law and domestic constitutional and statutory law.

- authorized the transfer (“rendition”) of persons held in U.S. custody to foreign countries where torture is known to be practiced.

-authorized the indefinite detention of persons seized in foreign combat zones and in other countries far from any combat zone and denied them the protections of the Geneva Conventions

all in all there are 269 war crimes 'they' are trying to get him for....

try watching news other then cnn or fox. you probably still believe that russia started the war in georgia....

Russia WAS the invading country.

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