This has to be the tenth e-mail I've sent to the President on this subject.
He never responds.
He never stops the war
He doesn't stop the torture
He continues to mislead people about these things. He lied again today in Panama when he said; "We do not torture."
Now he's using napalm, and will probably lie about that too.
My letter and some Presidential lies below the fold.
Please stop the illegal and immoral war that you and your administration started in Iraq.
You had no valid cause for war, and have continued to mislead the American people about the realities of the situation in Iraq both before your illegal invasion and after.
Stop torture now. You administration has supported, promoted and encouraged the torture of human beings. Please issue and executive order to stop all torture by all U.S. personnel and all non-governmental agencies involved in the detention and interrogation of human beings. Please also ask Alberto Gonzales and Dick Cheney to resign as a sing that you do not condone torture and do not accept persons who condone torture in your administration.
Stop the use of chemical weapons against enemy and civilian targets. It has been recently reported that our military personnel have used a chemical similar to napalm against human targets in Iraq. This, like torture and murder of human beings that your administration supports, is an unconscionable act. Order the military to cease the use of all chemical weapons and weapons of mass destruction against human targets.
Your failed policies of aggression and misrepresentation of the truth are inimical to the American way of life. Please change course.
White House web page with torture Q&A.
Q Mr. President, there has been a bit of an international outcry over reports of secret U.S. prisons in Europe for terrorism suspects. Will you let the Red Cross have access to them? And do you agree with Vice President Cheney that the CIA should be exempt from legislation to ban torture?
PRESIDENT BUSH: Our country is at war, and our government has the obligation to protect the American people. The executive branch has the obligation to protect the American people; the legislative branch has the obligation to protect the American people. And we are aggressively doing that. We are finding terrorists and bringing them to justice. We are gathering information about where the terrorists may be hiding. We are trying to disrupt their plots and plans. Anything we do to that effort, to that end, in this effort, any activity we conduct, is within the law. We do not torture.
(I added the bold part, and the quote continues.)