Monday, February 18, 2008

What is Wrong [UPDATED]:

This is monstrous:
"It is not like putting burning coals on people's bodies. The person is in no real danger. The impact is psychological."
-- Sen. Joe Lieberman, after voting against a bill prohibiting waterboarding
Sounds like it's time for a little experiential learning, Senator. Yes! Waterboard me!
"I'm finding out just how long I can go sleep deprived. You know, running for office is sort of like being waterboarded, I think."
-- Mike Huckabee
There's always room for one more, Mikey. Yes, you too.


Grung_e_Gene said...

Of course, these men of power, removed from the effects of their positions are willing to endorse Torture. They and their loved ones will not be harmed by the after-effects. Waterboarding is Torture.

Waterboarding has been done before, read my short post here most notably in the Philippines and Vietnam.

Grung_e_Gene said...

Thanks for coming back Brown.

Bush is simply being like other US Presidents in the endorsement of WATER TORTURE, like Taft at the Lodge Committee.

jkirlin said...

You are sooooooooooo correct. Are you able to type this using one keyboard or do you have backups?

Mick said...

I notice Joe L was prominently on the tour of the middle east with Mr McC - perhaps to support another run for VP?