Apr 23, 2008 8:04 PM GMT
Its been about two weeks now since ABC interviewed Bush about his knowledge of his cabinet discussing in detail about interrigation procedures which up to that point had been considered torture, historically, according to our laws, war treaties, and geneva conventions, (which become our law once adopted/radified by congress)bushes admission was ---"AND I APPROVED". Here is a detailed article about this issue that I read from my "YAHOO NEWS ALERTS" at ---http://www.middle-east-online.com/english/?id=25515 ----- Since the ABC interview it is noteable that none of the major medias have exposed this torture issue, as newsworthy, if there has been any exposure its been miniscule at best. WHY THE SILENCE???? Have Americans been so baraged by lawbreaking by this administration, that they don't want to hear anymore? ARE WE NUMB?? OR TOO DUMB TO CARE?? A decade ago, this would have become a major headline in the news, and a public outcry would have ensued to bring down those responsible. (or I at least assume so, given the reaction to the Clinton/Lewinski scandle) I think we as americans/and our leaders, are no better than the way we treat our worst enemies or our weekest citizens, that this for our own good as a country and for our standing in the world, should not, and cannot be let to stand without action against it. SO WHICH IS IT, ARE WE NUMB OR JUST DUMB??? SHOULD THIS BE LET GO?? OR SHOULD HEADS ROLE FROM THE TOP DOWN????