Saturday, November 24, 2007

Immunization

You really can get away with, well, torture, at least.

The Paris prosecutors' office has dismissed a suit against Donald Rumsfeld accusing the former U.S. defense secretary of torture, human rights groups who brought the case said on Friday.
Oh come on, it's not like Rummy himself did the torturing. That's what low-level flunkies are for. Sheesh. The Donald was somewhere east, west, north and south of Guantanamo and Abu Ghraib to be engaging in such inhuman, nefarious activities necessary actions for the protection of freedom. As for those candy-ass, peace-loving pansies:
The FIDH said it had received a letter from the prosecutors' office ruling that Rumsfeld benefited from a "customary" immunity from prosecution granted to heads of state and government and foreign ministers, even after they left office.
Bet Saddam wishes he had just quit.

8 comments:

Freida Bee said...

I knew it was too good to be true.

Scruffybutt said...

Maybe Rummy will head for Dubai, like Cheney's company (no reciprocity.) (was it Dubai? nah, it was, um...?) Well, you know what I mean.

I have to wonder what sort of back-room deal was made with France on this, though.

FranIAm said...

Ugh, this makes me ill.

Candace said...

So Randal, are you on for tomorrow, about the logo thing?

Randal Graves said...

Candace, sure thing, but let's postpone it until after the actual game....next Sunday. :)

Mary Ellen said...

With Sarkozy and his love affair with Bush, I'm sure there was a back-room deal that went on. I feel bad for France, I think they ended up with a miniature Bush. Any guy that could stomach a visit with Bush and say that he "admires" him has got to be nuts.

Randal Graves said...

For a nation that loves to spit in the face of authority, they sure seem to love, at least recently, electing right wingers. Guess they're just as stupid as Americans.

Speaking of stupid, the Green Bay/Dallas game is next THURSDAY, not Sunday. Guess I better practice my reading!

Scruffybutt said...

Randal, oh. I knew that. Okay, not really, but I should have known that.