Vidal: Bush ended US as a republic

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Press TV
Sat, 28 Jun 2008 06:58:22

Gore Vidal, US novelist, historian and social critic says the Bush regime has killed all of the constitutional links that made the US a republic.

On early Friday morning Iran time, in an exclusive interview with Press TV, Vidal said that President Bush has rid the country of the Bill of Rights, habeas corpus and the entire legacy of the Magna Carta in the name of war on terror.


h/t: Freedom Fighting Deacon (Revolution March July 12)

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