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View Diary: Eugene Robinson responds to the Senate Intelligence Report (35 comments)

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  •  Democracy has a court in The Hague (0+ / 0-)

    I agree with several of the comments about our duty as citizens of a country where the government has gone astray. It is not enough to personally condemn them, or condemn them personally. Both are a beginning. Those people who start wars without provocation (Iraq), incite destruction, commit torture or order it need to be sent to the World court where judges we have trusted with other leaders who made purposefully illegal and awful decisions sort it out.
    It is a statement about 'We the people' not condoning  criminal behavior by our leaders.

    For too long we let the rich and powerful commit crimes against humanity both inside and outside our country. They seem to have been rooted in the love of money and how to greedily suck dry the victims.
    The torture is a symptom of their darkness.

    Mr. Issa why have you not investigated the reason for invading Iraq, torture, dark prisons scattered around the world, the financial meltdown of 2008?? Now that is a study I would like to see even if paid by tax dollars.

    'We the people' are responsible to right the wrongs perpetrated in our name.

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