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Thursday, June 09, 2005

Separated at birth?

While Howard Dean, resident moonbat extraordinaire and head of the DNC, is more entertaining than a car wreck of circus clowns skidding on a banana peel; he seems to have been eclipsed by even more idiocy. I bet you didn't hear it from the MSM though.

Ed Morrissey looks at a ridiculous statement by Amnesty International:

However, according to Leo at the end of his column, AI also issued a press release accompanying their annual report that the media mostly ignored. In that release, Amnesty International apparently called for other nations to kidnap George Bush, Donald Rumsfeld, and other American officials and haul them off to the ICC for prosecution on charges of crimes against humanity:

[...] In a press release that most reporters ignored, the group also invited foreign governments to snatch certain visiting American officials off the streets and bring them to trial for crimes against humanity. The suggested snatchees, should they travel abroad, were President Bush, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, former CIA Director George Tenet, and other unnamed civilian and military officials.[...]

Such idiocy, either indicates that Howard Dean has a long lost sibling of similar mental stability or someone is intentionally aiding and abetting the enemy. Take your pick.

H/T Michelle Malkin
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