Former president George W. Bush has reportedly raked in millions of dollars on the speaking circuit, and tomorrow he heads to British Columbia, Canada for another speaking event. And, it looks like he will come and go with utter impunity.
Something about that sounds wrong. In fact, it is wrong: Canada, as a party to the UN Convention Against Torture, has a legal responsibility to arrest, investigate and prosecute (or extradite for prosecution to a willing country) anyone suspected of torture. So, it would seem that a Bush visit north of the border would prompt Canadian authorities to slap the former president with an arrest warrant.