NJ High School Holds Bush War Crimes Trial...

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    Guess some lefties can't keep it in their pants.

    http://www.dailyrecord.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060302/NEWS01/603020327/1005

     
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    Good for them. They'll explore both sides of an issue and maybe just get how each side things and will be able to formulate their politics later in life.
     
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    So you don't find the fact that this trial was initiated a bit suspect? A bit one sided given that there has been no establishment in real life that he is guilty of this, other than politics and inuendo by many people who have an agneda and haven't even set foot near Gitmo Bay or Abu Grahib?
     
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    I just think the whole concept that the children will be able to research this and look it it from a certain perspective and see how a court system works is awesome. It doesn't necessarily mean I approve of it.
     
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    A certain perspective? What the hell is that?
     
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    And pray tell why using Andrew Johnson or Bill Clinton might not have been a superior choice?
     
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    The perspective that he might be a war criminal. The opposition. Those are the certain perspectives.
     
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    You could use them. They didn't choose them. That's their deal. With Bill Clinton they may have felt it wasn't as current and that he may not have been worthy of war criminal charges or the sort.
     
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    Either would have been a better choice for 'education', since there was official decisions and the students could either have out argued the outcomes or strengthen the favorable results.

    Nope, this case is totally political, to cast GW as being worthy of trial, which the court system has not found.
     
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    I still say it'll be interesting. I think the whole thing is fascinating and besides, what does it matter what a group of teenagers find in a mock trial for something that may never go to trial? People are too wound up on this stuff.
     

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