It has occurred to Jason Call, writing to the Daily Herald (Everett, WA), that George W. Bush has eloquently made the case for the removal from office of -- George W. Bush. -- Thanks to Mark Nagel for sending this letter, which he calls "simple yet effective." ...
A CASE OF THE POT CALLING KETTLE BLACK
By Jason Call
Daily Herald (Everett, WA)
January 26, 2006
Consider, if you will, the irony of the following statement:
Saddam Hussein's intolerable use of weapons of mass destruction against enemies; unprecedented aggression against and occupation of a country that posed no threat to his own; routine kidnapping, torture, murder and secret prison system; wholesale slaughter of citizens from other countries; imprisonment of political rivals held for years without charges; and secret spying on his very own countrymen without court order or legislative approval, demonstrates beyond a reasonable doubt that this so-called "president" was a dangerous rogue, a tyrant, and a grave threat -- of the highest order -- to worldwide peace, stability and democracy.
His immediate removal from unelected power was, and is, a completely justified imperative.