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    Senior Member AirborneSapper7's Avatar
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    Gravel: Take Bush to The Hague

    Gravel: Take Bush to The Hague
    Sat, 26 Jul 2008 22:48:20

    Former Democratic presidential candidate Mike Gravel

    Former Democratic candidate Mike Gravel says President George W. Bush should be taken to The Hague for war crimes rather than being impeached.

    In a Monday video conference with Press TV, the former Alaska senator said President Bush does not 'deserve' to be impeached for invading Afghanistan and Iraq, which has resulted in the loss of 'millions of lives'.

    "An Impeachment just means you would only take away his (Bush's) presidency. Well, he is almost done (with) his presidency. What really needs to happen is that these people have to be held accountable for the crimes they have committed," the 78-year-old Libertarian said referring to the US president and Vice President Dick Cheney.

    "If you impeach the president and vice president, Nancy Pelosi is going to become president; that is not going to happen," Gravel added.

    Gravel is an outspoken advocate of impeaching Bush and Cheney over the disinformation campaign they have led in support of their go-to-war policies.

    "There is a lot of very good news that makes me tremendously hopeful that we as a nation are starting to wake up and insist our congressional representatives act to make impeachment happen now," he had said in a statement in January after congressman Dennis Kucinich announced plans to introduce articles of impeachment against President Bush.

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    I don't think we have to drag Bush to the Hague. We could probably handle the situation right here: just try him for treason, something I think our courts can handle. But then you wonder if these guys like the idea of new world order where international courts trump our own, like it seems they are doing with maritime laws.
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    He sure didn't have any trouble prosecuting other dictators .

    Just like the Clintons didn't have any problem turning over the Bosnia to the serbs . Bush just came along and made finalized it .

    We put all of them in the position to do all these things they do to us and others .

    Someone once wrote 'Silence is the WORSE sin of all .'

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