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June 17, 2008


Charles Liu

And the "command responsibility doctrin" we've relied on to prosecute others, from Nuremberg to the Balkans - doesn't seem to apply to ourselves.

Ain't it great to be an empire?


The US founding fathers have instilled laws to prevent the government from getting too powerful.

As long as the American people have the same spirit of the Revolution, everything is okay.

Problem, is when the people blindly support their government in the name of war against terror etc. etc. .

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