Friday, February 19, 2010

Why, it’s Nobody’s Fault


WASHINGTON — After five years of often bitter internal debate, the Justice Department concluded in a report released Friday that the lawyers who gave legal justification to the Bush administration’s brutal interrogation tactics for terrorism suspects used flawed legal reasoning but were not guilty of professional misconduct.

Conclusion: Yoo and Bybee are guilty of flawed legal reasoning which caused them to give bad advice because they were evidently born yesterday so it wasn’t really their fault. Bush and Cheney who were also evidently born yesterday took said bad advice and therefore aren’t guilty either so it’s nobody’s fault, nobody’s at all. How magnificent and wondrous this all is, who says there’s no such thing as magic?


At February 20, 2010 7:43 PM, Anonymous fifi larue said...

now everything makes sense.

At February 20, 2010 8:41 PM, Blogger rob payne said...

It's not easy to think like John Yoo!


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