Thursday, June 10, 2004

Good God, again.

"The authorization I issued ... was that anything we did would conform to U.S. law and would conform to international treaty obligations," Bush told reporters at the conclusion of the G-8 Summit in Sea Island, Ga.

Asked whether torture was ever justified, Bush was vague.

"The instructions went out to our people to adhere to law. That ought to comfort you," Bush replied. "We're a nation of law. We adhere to laws. We have laws on the books. You might look at those laws, and that might provide comfort for you."

No, asshat, you might want to look at those laws sometime, since you clearly haven't given a shit about them to date.

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