You think Moore’s upcoming agitprop actually has anything to do with an executive decision to possibly shut down Gitmo?
I have no idea and that’s why I asked the question. The decision could be in an anticipation of the public reaction to the movie.
If I was paying taxes to the US (God forbid), I’d be really pissed that so much money is poured into medical facilities in Gitmo while the regular American could never dream of getting the same treatment unless he/she coughs up green bills.
I mean, it’s not like they have been convicted or anything. They just sit there soaking up on the sun and bags of money.[/quote]
Lixy, everyone here knows rather than paying taxes to anyone, you are a recipient of the swedish welfare state. If that’s where you really live.
Sorry to say it, but the muslims represent (from a statistical standpoint) an inordinate percentage of those “on the dole” in Sweden. Hey enjoy it.
Funny how all of the sudden, you are making it sound like your brothers in Gitmo were getting treated well… better than those in the US without insurance.
Now, they bitch about being returned to locations that will not care less about what Amnesty International writes about them… Perhaps they are worried about that pesky little Arab on Arab violence…in a jail in Egypt.
Again, let them rot somewhere else.