Skip to comments.Bush stands by tribunals, despite Supreme Court blow
Posted on 06/30/2006 7:47:18 AM PDT by NERep
The Bush administration has refused to abandon military tribunals for Guantanamo Bay inmates despite the Supreme Court ruling the "war on terror" trials illegal, which leading newspapers called a victory for law...
The Washington Post and The New York Times on Friday hailed the decision as "a victory for law," while the ultraconservative Washington Times condemned it as a dangerous restriction of presidential authority...
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The Washington Times is deserving of an editorial label but the Wash Post and NY Times are not????
Denial on anything comes easy to Liberals; no media bias, no WMDs, no responsibilities...
Living in La-La Land must be easy.
Putting "Supreme Court" and "blow" in the same sentence is might dangerous territory...
YEA WELL THEN THE SUPREME COURT SHOULD HAVE TO INFORCE THIS.
WHO'S NAME was on the By-line for this articel?
" Jason Blair " ??!! hahahaha
UH-HUH!!!! Well, how about this? Bush goes to congress and asks for the power to hold tribunals, which after all is all that the USSC said he couldnt do. demokkkrats are then faced with voting yes or no, arguing that these poor terrorists have rights??? They should be merandized?
""Nobody gets a 'get out of jail free' card," said White House spokesman Tony Snow."
You got that right Tony!
CONSERVATIVE Justice Clarence Thomas warned in a dissent that the majority ruling meant that terrorists needed to be caught "red handed" before they could be tried under the laws of war.
Ginsburg, Souter, Stevens, Breyer and Kennedy were all listed earlier in the article without labels. How are we supposed to know if they are liberal, moderate or conservative if the author doesn't tell us? I guess if they aren't labeled CONSERVATIVE we can assume LIBERAL.
This piece gets so much wrong I doubt the reporter even read the 185+ page mess.
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