Bush administration seeks immunity from being charged with war crimes
The White House says the bill will apply to "any conduct by any U.S. personnel, whether committed BEFORE or AFTER the law is enacted" (emphasis ours).
That's right: If Congress rubber stamps the amendments, Bush and his neoconvicts would be completely immune from prosecution for war crimes.
The silver lining: By virtue of drafting such an amendment, Bush & Co. are admitting that they have, in fact, committed war crimes.
Now back to your regularly scheduled programming..."NED LAMONT IS SOFT ON TERROR!" "GO, HOMELAND SECURITY!"