I spotted this via a referral from lies.com
It's from a speech by President Bush promoting the extension of the Patriot Act. In demonising terrorists he could easily be talking about the behaviour of the US military in Iraq. The facts concerning torture and abuse show that many have acted without conscience. We can only thank the whistle blowers who have done the decent thing and exposed this abuse.
And there's only one path to safety and that's the path of action. Congress must act with the Patriot Act. We must continue to stay on the offense when it comes to chasing these killers down and bringing them to justice -- and we will. We've got to be strong and resolute and determined. We will never show weakness in the face of these people who have no soul, who have no conscience, who care less about the life of a man or a woman or a child. We've got to do everything we can here at home. And there's no doubt in my mind that, with the Almighty's blessings and hard work, that we will succeed in our mission.[Source: Speech April 19 2004 from Whitehouse.gov]
There has been speculation across the net of Bush's theology in light of the statement "these people have no soul". Google reveals it is a bit of a throw away line.
However it carries a whole lot more weight when read from a prepared speech by the most powerful (and dangerous) person on the planet. Has Bush somehow transformed into a theological leader? Is he now qualified to determine who has a soul and who has not?