Names you will see in Michael Moore's article decrying the detention and mistreatement of Bradley Manning: Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld and Wolfowitz. No prize for guessing which name you won't see.
CONJUGATIONAL RELATIONS: Here's the passage in question:
But it is not Bush or Rumsfeld or Cheney or Wolfowitz who sit in prison tonight. It is the hero who exposed them. It is Bradley Manning who has lost his freedom and that, in turn, becomes just one more crime being committed in our name.
Odd how the passive voice has become Moore's favorite verb tense since the divine ascension of January 2009, isn't it?