Sunday, April 30, 2006

Bush finds his inner human

These guys in the Bush administration are so funny.

A long-running effort by the Bush administration to send home many of the terror suspects held at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, has been stymied in part because of concern among United States officials that the prisoners may not be treated
humanely by their own governments, officials said.

Administration officials have said they hope eventually to transfer or release many of the roughly 490 suspects now held at Guantánamo. As of February, military officials said, the Pentagon was ready to repatriate more than 150 of the detainees once
arrangements could be made with their home countries.

So now the US is concerned about whether the detainees will be treated humanely?

You can't make this stuff up.