A Canadian anti-war lawyers' group has asked the Royal Canadian Mounted Police to bar George W. Bush from visiting Calgary next week because he's guilty of war crimes.
Bush, they say is "inadmissible to Canada ... because of overwhelming evidence that he has committed, outside Canada, torture and other offences."
We cats couldn't agree more — that is, that Bush is guilty of crimes. But we think the good lawyers have this a little backwards.
(Not to mention those lovable right-wing nuts over at Free Republic, who don't seem to understand that the Conservatives are in power in Ottawa. "The Liberals do that every time Canadians are stupid enough to hand them political power at the federal or provincial level." Whoops.)
So, here's our message to our friends at Lawyers Against the War: Please, please, please let George W. Bush visit your country.
Then please, please, please let someone arrest him!
Tying him to the railroad tracks, in fact, would be far too good for him.