The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder (Vincent Bugliosi) - Vanguard Press - 2008 - 344 pages

This is an important history book that truthfully examines a tragic period (2001-2008) in the history of a great nation.  George W. Bush is certainly guilty of mass murder in Iraq as well as torture of prisoners, kidnapping of innocent people and illegal wiretapping of U.S. citizens among other crimes.  After making the case for the prosecution of GWB, Bugliosi goes on to identify the invasion of Iraq as one of three major events that are evident of the decline of the U.S.  The other two were the ruthless attack by Ken Starr on the sex life of President Clinton and the unbelievably misguided decision by the Supreme Court that put GWB in office.  While the mainstream media and most other credible voices of reason bent over backwards to ignore the Bush crimes, Bugliosi has bravely driven a stake through the heart of the beast.  This proud country does not want to prosecute and incarcerate the President of the United States.  I am sure that Bush-the-psychopath will be able to grin through his remaining days without causing further damage.  However, the damage has been done.  We witnessed the crime of the millenium and it all occurred after the attack of September 11, 2001.  I feel confident that future historians will stomp on George W. Bush, the worst president of the United States. [JAM 6/14/2011]