Video: Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Gitmo Detainees
We'll abide by the court's decision. That doesn't mean I have to agree with it. It ...deeply divided court. uhhhh...I strongly agree with those who dissented.My response to George W. Bush, the master mind behind US imperial terrorism throughout the world, is simply this: put up or shut the fuck up you stupid, criminal son of a bitch! Bush, if you have a case against the Sheikh, MAKE IT! Otherwise, resign the office you have disgraced and just shut up!A final shot: the court, Bush says, was 'deeply divided' on this issue. But, are we to believe, that the court was not 'deeply divided' when Antonin Scalia and four other right wing ideologues handed down Bush v Gore, a disingenuous decision that made no law, the very worst SCOTUS decision since Dred-Scott?
--Bush, Mastermind behind the US terrorist attack and invasion of Iraq
At last, Scalia is not only not 'intellectually challenged', he is 'intellectually dishonest'. Scalia will look for convincing if fallacious rationalizations to support his prejudiced point of view. Scalia has disgraced the court. If the US survives the wave of right wing hysteria that has attacked it and its institutions, it may take generations to right the wrongs of the 'right'! Scalia claims that the majority decision will cause 'more Americans to be killed'! Stupid! It's hard to see how any more Americans could possibly be killed than have died already as the direct result of Bush's order to attack and invade Iraq --a nation which not even Bush dares try to connect with 911 or with 'terrorism'. Scalia is no judge --he's a propagandist! And not a good one.
The idiot Scalia dare not try to make the case that any detainee from either Afghanistan or Iraq have had anything to do with terrorism of any kind at any time. Why, then, are they detained? Only liars, Bush and Scalia primarily, are threatened by granting these 'detainees' their day in court.
How can Antonin Scalia write with a straight face that by recognizing the 'universal human right' to habeas corpus, the right to defend ones' self against charges that, by right, should be made formally and within a reasonable amount of time are the lives of Americans endangered in any way? Scalias' argument is sophomoric, intellectually challenged, without supporting precedent of any kind in western jurisprudence, without supporting precedent over some 400 years of Anglo/American common law. It is most certainly abhorrent to those principles affirmed and made law in our Constitution and our Bill of Rights. Scalia's ideas are, in fact, repugnant, fascist and un-American! Scalia is a traitor to the ideals of our revolution and our history. Scalia is unfit to sit upon the high court. His continued presence disgraces the court and undermines its credibility.