Thursday, July 3, 2008

US Law Abroad

This was just posted at Reason's blog. Apparently the Bush Administration, despite getting the vapors about how "horrible" it was that US law would actually apply to people held in custody by US government officials, is totally OK with claiming that US law actually applies to foreign banks in foreign countries. My favorite quote from the piece:

"Apparently, U.S. law now applies everywhere in the world except Guantanamo Bay."

The audacity and sheer intellectual dishonesty of the Bush administration knows no bounds.

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