Skip to comments.Group pushing for Guantanamo closure, prisoner transfers
Posted on 10/18/2009 5:25:37 PM PDT by Dubya-M-DeesWent2SyriaStupid!
Several retired generals will join forces with war critics this week to support President Barack Obamas commitment to transfer Guantanamo Bay terror suspects to the U.S. for trial.
The generals, who will remain anonymous until the campaign is formally announced Tuesday, are joining forces with VoteVets Jon Soltz and former Rep. Tom Andrews (D-Maine) to urge Congress to shutter the Guantanamo prison. Andrews is the director of National Campaign to Close Guantanamo.
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Put all the terrorists from Gitmo in a fed prison by Pelosi. Can't put them in a fed prison in Chicago they would feel at home in corruption and escape and be in Obama's administration.
Great idea!! Let’s turn ‘em loose in DC or maybe San Francisco.
No. 1, Wesley Clark
“several retired general” who will remained anonymous - yeah, they’re showing a lot of balls....
Yep. But he would be proud to state his preference of this.
These retired “flag officers” are no doubt looking to get a position in the Obama administration. Maybe there will be some Czar positions which will open up.
Since the loon, Ron Paul wants Gitmo closed,
let him take his terrorists friends home with him.
I think they should take them into their own homes, kind of like “foreign exchange students.”
The real question is, why do certain factions want to close it so fast; could be they want to sell sections to Friends of Government at the expense of the American taxpayer, considering the Federal Government and Military would be responsible for any short comings; based on the lease.
If 0bama gives gitmo naval base to Castro/Raoul Katie bar the door.
Closing the prison is a different scenerio. Selling fractions of the prison or Gitmo is treason beyond words.
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