Saturday, September 19, 2009

Catch-n-Release And Catch Again

I complained in an earlier posting about the Catch-n-Release that this Administration has been engaged in with the terrorists detainee's at GITMO. Some of those released well, have turned up once again in the fight against the United States. Here is another example:


ISLAMABAD, Pakistan | A terrorism suspect recently detained in Pakistan is the same Swedish national once held by the United States at Guantanamo Bay, police said Monday. He and others in his group were reportedly trying to join al Qaeda in the country's lawless tribal areas.

The rest of the story here:

Oh yeah, great program we got going there. I don't get it, when they are released are they not put under at least a house arrest? I would have thought they would be put into yet another prison just in a different country? I guess the jokes on me because this makes no sense, letting the go so they can just come back on us.

Why don't we make them all happy and simply put them on a nice converted prison barge (like one of those super oil tankers convert the tanks into holding cells), tell no one we have them and put that thing to sea. Stay out beyond the 200 mile limit, service it at sea and fly new terrorists out there when we catch them. And if the thing fills up or they get unruly, well just open the flood gates, flush them all out, let the marine life have them.

Doing our part for the environment.

BT: Jimmy T sends.

1 comment:

Buck said...

I've got a better idea: take no prisoners. Done. No worries.