President Bush demonstrating how he would, personally, crush a child's testicles.
John Yoo publicly argued there is no law that could prevent the President from ordering the torture of a child of a suspect in custody – including by crushing that child’s testicles…
President Bush threatening to crush a child's testicles. This child's testicles were not crushed, however, after the non-partisan Congressional Research Service released a fifty two page report, at the request of Senator Dianne Feinstein, concluding that this child was, in fact, female and, therefore, without crushable testicles. Vice President Dick Cheney disputed the report on Meet The Press, saying, "It's never been disproven that this female child did not have testicles to productively crush." The sex disputed child was, instead, waterboarded to death.
United States U.N. Ambassador John Bolton demonstrates how the Bush Administration humanely crushes pre-adolescent testicles.
This part of the exchange during the debate with Doug Cassel, reveals the logic of Yoo’s theories, adopted by the Administration as bedrock principles, in the real world:
Future Republican Presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani demonstrates the joy of having had your pre-adolescent nuts crushed.
Cassel: If the President deems that he’s got to torture somebody, including by crushing the testicles of the person’s child, there is no law that can stop him?
Yoo: No treaty.
Cassel: Also no law by Congress. That is what you wrote in the August 2002 memo.
On Meet The Press, Secretary Of State and former National Security Advisor, Condaleeza Rice, argues that crushing pre-adolescent nuts pre-empts the need for crushing much larger post adolescent nuts, thereby sparing the nut crushees much unnecessary pain and, in the process, rendering them docile and less agressive. Like gelded horses.
Yoo: I think it depends on why the President thinks he needs to do that.
President Bush asks Saudi Arabian, whose hand he's holding, if he's wearing a man dress because his testicles got crushed. Necessarilly, as a child.
Makes you sooooo proud to be an American. Doesn't it?
Our "President" reserves the right to crush the testicles of children. If "necessary".
For the life of me, I can't understand why people carelessly throw around the words "nazi" or "Hitler" when they talk about the Bush administration.
(In case you're too lazy to look for it, here's law professor John Yoo, who is providing legal authority for the Bush administration to torture people, actually saying an innocent child's testicles are fair game depending on what the Preznit "thinks".)