Saturday, March 3, 2007

Commentary: Statutes of Law

George Bush and his administration have openly and publicly violated
specific statutes of law. Section 1001 of Title 8 of the U.S. Code
regards misleading the public. Section 1805 of Title 50 of the U.S. Code
outlaws warrantless wiretapping. Article IV of the U.S. Constitution
states that ratified treaties, such as the Geneva Conventions, become
supreme law of the land. The Bill of Rights forbids denial of habeas
corpus and infliction of cruel and unusual punishment.

There is also the statute regarding public lie under which Bill Clinton
was impeached. Since no demolition company has come forward with a new,
cheap, efficient demolition process like setting fire to the upper floors
of a skyscraper, the administration account of the World Trade Center
fall must be a lie.


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