So, how many people did Bush have killed in his gulag?
Seems like nobody's asking that question. Here's what Bill "I'm a Good German!" Frist has to say about Bush's gulag today:
Frist was asked if that meant he was not concerned about investigating what goes on in detention centers.
"I am not concerned about what goes on and I'm not going to comment about the nature of that," Frist replied.
So, whatever's going on in Bush's gulag, Frist doesn't want to know. I wonder why?
Um, isn't this situation covered by John 3:19 in the Good Book?
Now put what Frist is saying against what Bush has already said in his 2003 SOTU:
[BUSH] All told, more than 3,000 suspected terrorists have been arrested in many countries, and many others have met a different fate... let's put it this way, they are no longer a problem for the United States and our friends and allies
No man, no problem...
So, where did the "many others" meet their "different fate" Surely not in Gitmo--it only holds a few hundred untermenschen. I always assumed, without really thinking about it, that they died on the field of battle.
Bu--just asking--what if they were put to death in the Bush gulags of Poland and Romania?
NOTE The Council of Europe will debate this issue November 25.