High Crimes and Misdemeanors

Posted: July 17, 2007 in Social Justice

After viewing an interview with the author of a book on the horrors that are being experienced by the soldiers and their families in this incredibly poorly conceived and executed travesty called the Iraq war, I am moved to condemn the perpetrator-in-chief, George W. Bush, to an indefinite period of viewing the most vivid recreations of those horrors until his whole mental existence is consumed to the point of losing all touch with reality except what he has done to these people. Clearly he has not been made aware of what he has done before now. If he is forced to absorb the depth of the degradation that he has participated in he would lose all connection with any reality outside that calamity. Instantaneously he would become insane, I believe; and that would be his just punishment.

An interview was broadcast on the NewsHour on Friday, May 4, 2007 with Martha Raddatz regarding her book “The Long Road Home”. That book and the many other segments from the NewsHour that recount the results of the trauma suffered by these soldiers and their families should engulf every waking sense of this ignoramus until it becomes his reality.

Other segments include ones regarding brain injuries and the other psychological injuries that are the result of this insanity.


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