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  • The Bush Administration is not above the law.

    No one should be above International law, no matter their societal standing. Even in a time of war torture is unexceptable. We are a nation of laws and human rights. We are to set an example for the world to follow. The Bush administration violated these laws and human rights, killed thousands of innocent people, and invaded a country that presented no clear and present danger to America. He is no different than Saddam and should be prosecuted to the fullest.

  • The Bush Administration is not above the law.

    No one should be above International law, no matter their societal standing. Even in a time of war torture is unexceptable. We are a nation of laws and human rights. We are to set an example for the world to follow. The Bush administration violated these laws and human rights, killed thousands of innocent people, and invaded a country that presented no clear and present danger to America. He is no different than Saddam and should be prosecuted to the fullest.

  • He breached his own constitution.

    The us constitution demands that he uphold international treeties. He violated the un charter on war and turture. For that he is a war criminal and should be prosecuted. It is that simple. No leader should attack another sovereign country without being under attack (self defence). Or with the ok from un. Neither applied. If he believes he is innocent he should have the guts to put it to the test at the un courts. Stop hiding behind his X status.

  • Bush's a TERRORIST

    There is UNDISPUTED evidence Bush had knowledge of everything that happened during and BEFORE 9/11. He's gotten by with MASS MURDER. For several decades the United States has been under the manipulation and total abuse of power by the Bush family... With nobody having to take responsibility for their terrorist activities to date. This is a travesty. If he is not held accountable... It is only a matter of time before the citizens of the United States rise up in Anarchy against the government... Which will WITHOUT ANY DOUBT... Cause problems and turmoil for ALL countries that border the U.S.

  • They need To

    Bush is a criminal. He was the commander and chief of the military. He abused every ounce of his powers, and didn't even get a slap on his wrist. In my opinion, that makes him a tyrant should be made an example of. If not Canada then someone should. Men in power should e check. He is not and was not king.

  • Canada should mind its own business.

    If we started going after every world leader who violated international treaties, we would have ourselves immersed in another World War. So what gives Canada the audacity to move against one leader who no longer has power? If you want someone involved, call the fascists in the UN to swoop in and "save the day" by stripping human liberties and bypassing national laws.

  • Why Canada specifically?

    I'm not going to argue whether or not Bush should be prosecuted. I simply don't have enough information about his actions in his war against Iraq. Although, why he attacked Iraq when Al Quada was in Afghanistan makes me a little suspicious of his intentions there. However, the fact of the matter is that Canada is not responsible of the prosecution of any foreign leader in supposed war criminal activity. If he should be prosecuted it should be done by the United Nations and never be the responsibility of one country.

  • Why Canada specifically?

    I'm not going to argue whether or not Bush should be prosecuted. I simply don't have enough information about his actions in his war against Iraq. Although, why he attacked Iraq when Al Quada was in Afghanistan makes me a little suspicious of his intentions there. However, the fact of the matter is that Canada is not responsible of the prosecution of any foreign leader in supposed war criminal activity. If he should be prosecuted it should be done by the United Nations and never be the responsibility of one country.

  • No, Canada should not prosecute George W. Bush.

    Canada should not prosecute George W. Bush. I am not sure why this question is even being asked. George W. Bush was a good leader for America, and many Americans do feel that way, though the mainstream media would never let that be known. Younger generations will have no idea how respected and appreciated George W. Bush was as President, particularly after his response to 9/11 and his commitment to keeping our country safe against terrorist attacks.

  • Canada has no grounds or right to prosecute George W Bush.

    While some people might hold the opinion that Bush is a criminal, it is not clear what alleged crimes he committed against Canada in particular or why Canada would have jurisdiction over his prosecution. Furthermore, even if it were somehow possible for Canada to prosecute Bush, as a close ally of the United States, Canada supported most foreign policies of the Bush administration and thus it would be difficult to argue that Bush was guilty of a crime that the Canadian government itself was not.

  • He was military

    People in the military have more free reign like police officers to do things that break the law, such as murder. George W. Bush's at the time was the commander in chief of the military, so I think his actions should be protected no matter how despicable others think those actions were.


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