August 30, 2011

This is not America

From an AP article today about Cheney's new book:
Cheney, who is promoting his new memoir "In My Time," has been associated with waterboarding, considered by many to be torture. Asked on NBC's "Today" show if he was embracing a double-standard, he said, "These are not American citizens."
Yet even though he cheerfully admits his history of torture, the US does zilch about it and Cheney roams free. This is not America.

2 comments:

Artichoke Annie said...

I would never turn my back on this man.

writenow said...

I just listened to this song again. I love Pat Metheny. As for Cheney, I keep thinking how unutterably horrible it will be when he dies and they do one of those grand processionals through the street with his goddamn corpse. I hope people spontaneously come out and block the passage of the funeral cortege. This man should be spit on by every American. Honor the guy? What a sick joke that would be. And the TV coverage! Time for the vomit bag.