Treatment of Terrorists and the Geneva Convention: The Faulty Argument

Geneva Convention relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War <dl><dt>Adopted on 12 August 1949 by the Diplomatic Conference for the Establishment of</dt><dt>International Conventions for the Protection of Victims of War, held in Geneva</dt><dt>from 21 April to 12 August, 1949</dt></dl> entry into force 21 October 1950

Those of you who misquote the Geneva Convention:

George Bush acted legally, and I thank God he did.  The Geneva Convention pertains to prisoners of war who are protected under the Geneva Convention.  Now, if new laws are passed protecting terrorists who want to blow up little children, then, you have a valid argument. 

Why is it we are so concerned with protecting terrorists who no one wants to be housed by them, but killing the unborn is A-Okay?

You may not like the treatment of terrorists by George Bush, but quoting the Geneva Convention is just another lame attempt to show intelligence where none has gone before. 

Beam me up, Scottie.


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