Tuesday, July 31, 2007

At Club Gitmo...

They're begging to STAY

"An inmate of Guantanamo Bay who spends 22 hours each day in an isolation cell is fighting for the right to stay in the notorious internment camp.

Ahmed Belbacha fears that he will be tortured or killed if the United States goes ahead with plans to return him to his native Algeria.

The London Times reported that Belbacha, who lived in Britain for three years, has filed an emergency motion at the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C., asking for his transfer out of Guantanamo to be halted. He was cleared for release from Camp Delta in February and his lawyers believe that his return to Algerian custody is imminent.

Read the original report in the London Times.

Belbacha says that if he returns to Algeria, he faces the threat of torture by security services and murder by Islamist terrorists.

Zachary Katznelson, senior counsel with the human rights lawyers Reprieve and Belbacha’s lawyer, has asked the US courts to block any transfer."

This is how ludicrous it has become. If we send terrorists to this tropical island paradise, the loons weep. If we send them home, the loons weep. Now, I totally understand the concept of the good Lord providing us with liberals (its to make us feel better no matter how trying our own lives might be), and while I'd never feed one lest it followed me home, far too many others do just that so I fear they are multiplying at a rate faster than nature can knock them off via natural selection. When this occurs with other species, localities usually declare some sort of open-hunting season upon them, such as the gator winnow I'll be participating in in a few weeks time. Not that they don't do quite well in culling their own ranks, what with abortion on demand and all, but as of late it seems that everywhere I turn there's yet another overly inbred gaggle of loon-atics begging for attention.

As a Marine I'd never harm a woman or child, similar to the way deer hunters make the same considerations. But the Founding Father's knew when it was time to declare Redcoats an endangered species.

Maybe the Constitution needs a reboot? Isn't that kind of what the 2nd Amendment is all about?

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