Friday, September 15, 2006
Rights for Terrorists'?
Nearly all the Democrat's and a few Republican's seem to care more about giving civil liberties to terrorists who want to cut their heads off than protecting Americans from terrorism.
Dems want to stop the government from listening in on terrorists' planning to do another 9/11 or worse on American soil or abroad.
The president's preferred measure would withhold classified evidence from defendants in terror trials, using coerced testimony and protecting U.S. interrogators against prosecution for using methods that may violate the Geneva Conventions. Some in Congress like McCain want to protect the enemy because he was a (brain washed) prisoner for five years.
Why should terrorists' who want to commit homicide bombings, who don't care about their own lives, be given protections under the Geneva Conventions? These are not American's or fighting state soldiers, they are terrorists' who have no rights and should not be given any.
Al Qaeda is a loose band of murderer's trying to force Islam onto the world, and now many in the world seem to be letting them as they spread their hateful-fascist ideology found in the Koran–a book written by a madman well after the Bible, twisting its words with evil intent.
Last year, Senator John McCain overcame Bush's objections to pass legislation banning cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment of detainees. These are the same detainees that have sawed-off the heads of many innocent civilians including Daniel Pearl. This is how we should honor their sacrifice? I think NOT! Those were the true Martyrs, not the homicide bombers who believe they're doing it for 72 virgins, which is simply stupid. Protect those idiots? Forget it!
Damn the Politics
In the middle of an election season, during this war on terror, John McCain (who I'll never vote for) three more rebellious Republican Senator's, John Warner of Virginia, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Susan Collins of Maine. defied President Bush on Thursday and approved terror-detainee legislation he has vowed to block, deepening Republican conflict over terrorism and national security.
The president reminded Congress that "the most important job of government is to protect the homeland."
Bush said: "I will resist any bill that does not enable this program to go forward with legal clarity,"
As Mr. Bush noted last week, these enemies "represent no nation, they defend no territory, and they wear no uniform.... They operate in the shadows of society.... They conspire in secret, and then they strike without warning." As on September 11.
This is how far off the left has gone... "We just don't want to see Americans' rights abused for the next 50 or 60 years because of an oversight on our part," said Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., who joined some Republicans in opposing some amendments offered by her Democratic colleagues.
The Bill is not about Americans' rights, it is about stopping terrorists'. Liberal Democrats want to make sure terrorists are given rights, making sure those rights are given more protections than criminals in America, and will not be abused by the same people terrorists' want to kill.
If there are American terrorists' then they don't have any rights anyway as they've given them up by committing treason. The left wants to make all those who hate America hero's who should be held up as role models, and especially if they're anti-religion, which I'm afraid seems to be what the world has in store for the future, to rid it of all religion, making one for all. Much of this can be seen today even in America and certainly in the European Union.
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