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Disbelief Recon

In an extraordinary exercise in self-restraint, I will simply ask why?

[Former US Attorney General Ramsey] Clark, a controversial figure who was the top U.S. attorney in the late 1960s before becoming an anti-Vietnam war activist and a defender of figures including Slobodan Milosevic, said he hoped to strengthen Saddam's defense.

A former US Attorney General hopes to strengthen the defense of a sworn enemy of the United States?

In World War II, there was a word for this. Dare we speak it now?

1 Comment

I'm thinking of two:

'Treason', or 'asinine'.

Choose your poison.