Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Habeus Schmabeus

A federal appeals court in Washington Tuesday upheld a key provision of a controversial anti-terrorism law signed by President Bush last year that removed the rights of Guantanamo prisoners to challenge their detention before U.S. courts. Known as the Military Commissions Act, the law permits the US to indefinitely detain foreigners designated as "enemy combatants" and also allows the use aggressive but unspecified interrogation techniques.

With qualified people like "Deadeye" Dick Cheney, George "Cuckoo Bananas" Bush and Alberto "Abu" Gonzales determining who is a terrorist, why should there be any further word? I mean, they never have gotten anything wrong yet, let's have some Feith, um faith.