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Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Who Is This A-hole?


Francis Anthony Boyle (born 1950) is a professor of international law at the University of Illinois College of Law. He is a graduate of the University of Chicago and Harvard Law School. He also received a Ph. D. in political science from Harvard University.

These guys did not go to Harvard Law or the University of Illinois. They have a somewhat different view of International law and relations. Who would you rather have a beer with?


35 comments:

  1. Isn't the guy behind the Lockerbie bombing still walking around free? That's justice for you.

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  2. It's a truly scary thought, thinking what trouble the court in the Hague might try to come up with in the future on global warming,etc. Their grab for power makes Marbury v Madison look pale in comparison.

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  3. More fruit from our elite universities

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  4. Kind of guy that might give human rights to animals, and make it sound logical.

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  5. In Spain, apes have rights, though they don't know it. But, what about the bulls?

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  6. Al-bob. I added a contrasting point of view in the second video clip.

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  7. I see it. Professor So and So can talk the finer points of Sharia Law over with the muzzies.

    What responsibilities come with ape rights? If they blow their cool, and tear the head off somebody, can they be charged? What constitutes a jury of their peers?

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  8. That fellow gives some real credance to Michael Savage's mantra that liberalism is a mental disorder.

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  9. He seems emaciated to me. Must have had a hard time finding employment to put food on table. His teeth don't look too good to me either.

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  10. ..Must have had a hard time finding employment to put food on ^the table..

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  11. That's a choice, tofu over cheesesteaks.

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  12. I wonder what his sexual orientation is?

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  13. Given the choice between driving a hummer and giving one...

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  14. Given that choice, I believe that fellow would give one, and feel good about saving the planet at the same time.

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  15. "Unfortunately, the standard two-hour recording, which works on an endless loop principle, did not contain the de-pressurisation event," senior ATSB investigator Neville Blyth told a media conference in Manila.

    "The oldest part of the recording on the cockpit voice recorder commenced after the descent and diversion to Manila, so the event itself appears to have been overwritten."

    He said the audio could yet be "very, very useful" - including in relation to examining airflow. "There is a surprisingly large amount of information that can be obtained from acoustic spectrum analysis, if indeed we have a recording of the event," Mr Blyth said.


    Missing From Tape

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  16. He seems emaciated to me.

    AIDS?

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  17. Article I

    In the conduct of the office of President of the United States, George Walker Bush, in violation of his constitutional oath faithfully to execute the office of President of the United States and, to the best of his ability, preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States, and in violation of his constitutional duty to take care that the laws be faithfully executed, has attempted to impose a police state and a military dictatorship upon the people and Republic of the United States of America by means of "a long Train of Abuses and Usurpations" against the Constitution since September 11, 2001. This subversive conduct includes but is not limited to trying to suspend the constitutional Writ of Habeas Corpus;

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    Article II

    In the conduct of the office of President of the United States, George Walker Bush, in violation of his constitutional oath faithfully to execute the office of President of the United States and, to the best of his ability, preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States, and in violation of his constitutional duty to take care that the laws be faithfully executed, has violated the Equal Protection Clause of the Constitution. U.S. soldiers in the Middle East are overwhelmingly poor White, Black, and Latino and their military service is based on the coercion of a system that has denied viable economic opportunities to these classes of citizens.

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    Article III

    In the conduct of the office of President of the United States, George Walker Bush, in violation of his constitutional oath faithfully to execute the office of President of the United States and, to the best of his ability, preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States, and in violation of his constitutional duty to take care that the laws be faithfully executed, has violated the U.S. Constitution, federal law, and the United Nations Charter by bribing, intimidating and threatening others, including the members of the United Nations Security Council, to support belligerent acts against Iraq. In all of this George Walker Bush has acted in a manner contrary to his trust as President and subversive of constitutional government, to the great prejudice of the cause of law and justice and to the manifest injury of the people of the United States.

    Francis Boyle

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  18. attempted to impose a police state and a military dictatorship upon the people and Republic of the United States of America

    Which is why we are having an election.

    U.S. soldiers in the Middle East are overwhelmingly poor White, Black, and Latino and their military service is based on the coercion of a system that has denied viable economic opportunities to these classes of citizens.

    The last I read, the percent of races in the military was almost exactly that of society as a whole. And, it's a voluntary military, and some of our best are in it.

    has violated the U.S. Constitution, federal law, and the United Nations Charter by bribing, intimidating and threatening others, including the members of the United Nations Security Council, to support belligerent acts against Iraq.

    gibberish

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  19. It is a great honor and pleasure for me to have been selected to
    present the seventh lecture in honor of Doctor Irma Malcolm Parhad. In
    reading through her biography, I noticed right away that we are about the
    same age and that she had graduated from the Loyola School of Medicine in
    Chicago, which has one of the best Medical Schools and Complexes in the
    entire Midwestern Region of the United States.

    ...

    Approximately 1.5 million Iraqi civilians have died, about 500,000
    of whom are children. We must use all of our powers as doctors and lawyers
    in order to terminate these genocidal economic sanctions.

    ...

    In my latest
    book Foundations of World Order: The Legalist Approach to International
    Relations (1898-1922) (Duke University Press: 1999), I examined the entire
    history of United States military intervention into the Western Hemisphere
    and the "Pacific" Basin from the Spanish-American War of 1898 up to the socalled
    Good Neighbor Policy of President Franklin Roosevelt. Almost all of
    these military interventions were publicly justified on some type of
    humanitarian grounds by the United States Government.


    Francis Boyle

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  20. It's hard to gauge the distance from the vid, but couldn't they get an old M102 howitzer in there for those boys? Seems like an awful lot of wasted bullets flying about, with little to no effect.

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  21. The VA estimates that every year 6,500 veterans take their own lives. The mental health director for the VA, Ira Katz, said in an e-mail last December that of the 18 veterans who commit suicide each day, four to five of them are under VA care, and 12,000 veterans under VA care are attempting suicide each year.

    This month, the hot line began an advertising campaign in Washington area subway stations and buses featuring the slogan, "It takes the courage and strength of a warrior to ask for help."

    The veterans hot line, which is linked to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, received 55,000 callers in its first year, including both veterans and people who are concerned about them, according to figures being released Monday. One-third of the 40 specially trained counselors are veterans themselves.


    Suicide Hotline

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  22. Google the PRICK. He is attorney of record for Chechnya, the Palestiains and Bosnia. What a piece of shit. Bastard oughta be loaded on an aircraft and shipped to the shithole of his choice.

    ya gotta love the grunt's enthusiasm in the video. I want those guys watchin my back.

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  23. Speaking during a government meeting in Grozny on July 19, Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov demanded that the heads of power and law-enforcement organs strictly follow the law in using land and installations in Chechnya. “The Chechen Republic is a full-fledged subject of the Russian Federation; the constitution and other laws of Russia and the Chechen Republic function here,” Newsru.com quoted him as saying.

    “And I am firmly convinced that not only the civilian authorities, but also the military command of units and sub-units deployed in the republic are also strictly obligated to observe them.”

    Kadyrov expressed unhappiness over the fact that representatives of the military command deployed in Chechnya who were invited to attend the meeting did not show up. “Units and sub-units of power structures and law-enforcement organs occupy huge territory and installations,” he said.


    Kadyrov Wants Military to Leave

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  24. No one seems to have a good word to say about Mr. Boyle.

    Maybe he is kind to his dog?

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  25. Hirsi Ali Seeks Police Protection Brave woman.

    What she doesn't need is one of these international lawyers.

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  26. A Dutch-Moroccan extremist Mohammed Bouyeri murdered Van Gogh in an Amsterdam street soon after the film was aired on Dutch television.

    Hirsi Ali was given round-the-clock police protection after Bouyeri pinned a letter to Van Gogh's chest containing explicit threats towards her.

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  27. Reading that blurb about the sunspots could explain your winter this year, Bob.

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  28. We had a heck of a winter. And, the rivers were at high full for weeks, with the runoff. Finally gone down now.

    How about Kay Bailey Hutchison, Texas Senator, as McCain's VP? Get that over 40 women's vote.

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  29. Yeah, she's against the fence, too!

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  30. C.I.A. Outlines Pakistan Links With Militants
    The agency presented Pakistan with evidence showing that members of its spy service had deepened ties with militant groups responsible for a surge of violence in Afghanistan.

    Times Topics: Pakistan
    Inter-Services Intelligence

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  31. Obama's dirt totals more than what Stevens has been charged with, but a legacy of the Wuss Admin is always prosecute pubs first.

    Maybe Barry will even the scales of justice in appreciation by busting his Dem Buds in return, followed by his resignation and apology for his dirty dealings w/Rezko, et al, thanking W for showing him the way to the truth and the light.

    Amen.
    Uh, PBUH, that is.

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