Friday, September 29, 2006

Bush's dictatorial trifecta

With the passing through both houses of the so-called 'compromise' bill with the help of neocon quisling John McCain, we need a picture to recap what the American legislature has turned into:



Now with the hard facts about the Military Commission Act of 2006, as my previous post was not enough:
  • The Bush regime can declare anyone who criticises them 'unlawful enemy combattant' without judicial review
  • The Bush regime can deny Habeas Corpus from anyone, US citizen or not, and detain them indefinitely in secret prisons
  • The Bush regime gets retroactive immunity from prosecution for their torturing of detainees
Actually, that's more than a trifecta. That's five aces in the same hand. Which, like Bush's elections, can only be obtained by cheating.

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