In a recent interview with the BBC’s Matt Frei, George W Bush was asked ‘….. whether America still occupies the moral high ground after Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo Bay.’
Bush’s response, according to the BBC, was ‘a crisply and blunt answer’:
“Absolutely,” he replied. “We believe in human rights and human dignity. We believe in the human condition. We believe in freedom.”
Obviously, he has no notion that he is the one western political leader in two centuries who has come closer than any other to giving ‘democracy’ a bad name.
See the full interview tonight (Thursday) on BBC America – 1900 ET
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