Wednesday, September 06, 2006

What an Awesome President We Have

President Bush today gets a standing ovation while giving one hellava powerful, passionate speech. Now, it is time for our useless Congress, with the lowest rating ever, to get off their butts and get to work IMMEDIATELY.
In my opinion, these detainees are treated too good....they should be on a chain gang...serving hard labor....without a Koran in their hand. We are speaking of the worst of the worst....evil and brutal killers in the world.

WHITE HOUSE: President Discusses Creation of Military Commissions to Try Suspected Terrorists

Bush Reveals Secret War On Terror, Movement of Suspects via Fox News
WASHINGTON — President Bush, warning Americans that "terrorists are still active... and still trying to kill our people," announced Wednesday the transfer of 14 key terrorist suspects from secret CIA custody to the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, including alleged Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed.
He also announced that he was asking Congress to pass legislation that would allow the United States to try the terror suspects for war crimes.

Via AP: 14 high-value terrorism suspects — including the mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks — have been transferred from the system to Guantanamo Bay for trials.
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Aides said the legislation being introduced on Bush's behalf later Wednesday on Capitol Hill insists on provisions covering military tribunals that would permit evidence to be withheld from a defendant if necessary to protect classified information.

High-Value Detainees Will Be Given Prisoner-of-War Status via ABC exclusive
In late June, the Supreme Court issued a decision blocking military tribunals for detainees. A major rebuke to the Bush administration, the justices ruled that the president first needed the approval of Congress before ordering prisoners to be tried for war crimes.

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