Washington - The US Supreme Court ruled Monday that top justice officials in the former administration of US president George W Bush could not be held liable for alleged disrimination in the arrests of 700 Muslim men after the 2001 terrorist attacks. In a 5-4 decision, the court ruled that former attorney general John Ashcroft and FBI Director Robert Mueller, who has held on to his job in the Obama administration, cannot be sued for mistreatment because they singled out Muslim men using race and religion as their guidelines, the Los Angeles Times reported online.
"It should come as no surprise that a legitimate policy directing law enforcement to arrest and detain individuals because of their suspected link to the attacks would produce a disparate, incidental impact on Arab Muslims," said Justice Anthony M Kennedy.
"The (September 11, 2001) attacks were perpetrated by 19 Arab Muslim hijackers who counted themselves members in good standing of Al Qaeda, an Islamic fundamentalist group," Kennedy wrote.
Every once in a long while, the hyper-liberal Supreme Court reaches into its collective robe and pulls out a beautful pearl of wise jurisprudence. This is one such pearl. While all who have sense know that protecting America is no crime, liberals (the fiends) insisted that we must burn former Bush Administration officials, either because they racially profiled, or because they weighed the same as a duck. It's hard to figure out liberal reasoning sometimes.
By protecting former Administration officials from such vigilanteism, the Supreme Court has ensured that future protectors of America will not have to choose between making Nancy Pelosi happy and defending this nation. Well, they kind of will, because Pelosi would never be happy while America was safe, but you know what I meant.
So go forth, brave knights who defend us all. Go forth and slay the turbaned dragon without fear that you will be beheaded on your return. Once and for all, America has declared we support you.