Torture: Private Prosecution against George W. Bush On Canadian Arrival
globalresearch.ca — Should crimes committed in the Bush II era in our name be quietly forgotten?
No, and here is why:
Guilt is not shed by the arrival of a new President. The morality allowing Wall st fraudsters to pay millions of dollars in fines without admitting wrongdoing in the present day is inextricably linked to the morality of a President who admits authorising torture and does not think he is wrongdoing.
President Obama tried to make the case that while the banks and finance houses actions in the financial crisis to date were immoral they were not illegal. He is wrong and Bush II is wrong and they both should be held to account.