Arundhati trippin’

Arundhati Roy and some of her closest friends are staging a Kangaroo Kourt in Istanbul that promises to put the Conyers Pretend Impeachment Hearing to shame. The goal is to say a lot of really, really nasty things about Chimpy McBushitler without once mentioning Mr.Hussein by name.

Roy says the legitimacy of her Kourt derives from universal principles of morality, such as:

* the duty of all people of conscience to take action against wars of aggression, war crimes, crimes against humanity and other breaches of international law;

For some reason this duty was suspended during Saddam’s reign, but Roy doesn’t address that minor little detail.

H/T Jodie Evans, professional moonbat.

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8 Responses to Arundhati trippin’

  1. kim says:

    Maybe Roy’s point is that people of conscience don’t take action against aggression by employing greater aggression .
    Just a minor detail.

  2. Richard says:

    So we were all wrong in WW II?

    “People of conscience” don’t sit on their asses while tyrants like Saddam, Milosovic, and Mao commit genocide.

  3. kim says:

    Give em hell Hiroshima Harry.

  4. Richard says:

    You tell me why Arundhati never held this kind of a teaparty for Saddam.

  5. kim says:

    Maybe she knew what pals Saddy & Rummy were.

  6. Karol says:

    Maybe she knew what pals Saddy & Rummy were.

    And? We sided with Stalin against Hitler. That’s reality. Wish liberals would sometimes live in it.

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  8. Richard says:

    The American president who was most chummy with Saddam was a fellow named Carter, who needed lots of help with Iran. Libs have a hard time remembering that for some reason.

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