10 responses

  1. Nonny Shearer
    February 8, 2011

    Disgraceful.
    Shame on the man.
    Shame on the state and the administration that allowed this.
    My respect to the people who have exposed this.
    In peace now, for a better, braver world.
    Nonny Shearer

  2. U.S.Marine
    February 8, 2011

    Screw em…you know what happens to American troops when we get caught?….They kill us chop off our heads break hips rape us…..hmmm we treat em pretty nice in comparison. Hell basic military hazing is similar to what they get and we all have experianced that.

  3. Nonny Shearer
    February 8, 2011

    Disgraceful.
    Shame on the man.
    Shame on the state and the administration that allowed this.
    My respect to the people who have exposed this.
    In peace now, for a better, braver world.
    Nonny Shearer

  4. U.S.Marine
    February 8, 2011

    Screw em…you know what happens to American troops when we get caught?….They kill us chop off our heads break hips rape us…..hmmm we treat em pretty nice in comparison. Hell basic military hazing is similar to what they get and we all have experianced that.

  5. Army Officer
    February 9, 2011

    U.S. Marine-

    For many in this group – using dogs to scare detainees or waterboarding to simulate drowning is equal to or greater than conspiring to purposely kill thousands of innocent civilians (men, women and children). Lawfully Being held captive as an enemy combatant and a proven jihadist without an unneccessary federal conviction equates or exceeds the action of slowly and excruciatingly removing ones head from ones body.

    They will deny this of course, but one only has to notice the blogs, attention and focus given to controversial interrogation tactics vs. the near silence when it comes to actual reoccuring – radical islamic jihadist terrorist actions.

    The only good thing is – the beating of this particular drum is fading – a significant portion of the American people bought into the culture for awhile – but it is fading fast.

    Thanks for your service –

    Don't forget to buy your copy of President Bush's and Donald Rumsfeld's books folks!

  6. grellet06
    February 9, 2011

    I do not buy into the culture of torture and will certainly not buy any books written by any members of the Torture Team.

    Torture is never justified.Torture does not keep us safe. Torture has nothing to do with intelligence gathering. It is a method of vengeance and intimidation, plain and simple.

    As for the "actual reoccurring" of jihadist actions, the Pentagon has hyped some very questionable statistics. All in the interest of keeping Americans quietly consenting to a culture of torture.

    I don't care what other countries do ( uh…often at our request) or what jihadist do. I demand that my country act humanely.

  7. Army Officer
    February 9, 2011

    U.S. Marine-

    For many in this group – using dogs to scare detainees or waterboarding to simulate drowning is equal to or greater than conspiring to purposely kill thousands of innocent civilians (men, women and children). Lawfully Being held captive as an enemy combatant and a proven jihadist without an unneccessary federal conviction equates or exceeds the action of slowly and excruciatingly removing ones head from ones body.

    They will deny this of course, but one only has to notice the blogs, attention and focus given to controversial interrogation tactics vs. the near silence when it comes to actual reoccuring – radical islamic jihadist terrorist actions.

    The only good thing is – the beating of this particular drum is fading – a significant portion of the American people bought into the culture for awhile – but it is fading fast.

    Thanks for your service –

    Don’t forget to buy your copy of President Bush’s and Donald Rumsfeld’s books folks!

  8. grellet06
    February 9, 2011

    I do not buy into the culture of torture and will certainly not buy any books written by any members of the Torture Team.

    Torture is never justified.Torture does not keep us safe. Torture has nothing to do with intelligence gathering. It is a method of vengeance and intimidation, plain and simple.

    As for the “actual reoccurring” of jihadist actions, the Pentagon has hyped some very questionable statistics. All in the interest of keeping Americans quietly consenting to a culture of torture.

    I don’t care what other countries do ( uh…often at our request) or what jihadist do. I demand that my country act humanely.

  9. Simón Na&iuml
    February 13, 2011

    Why President Bush is still not in the list of war criminals like Milosevic, Charles Taylor, Pinochet or Omar Bashir? I wonder what's the International Criminal Court's use? it's time to apply the law equally to everyone. Enough of lies and hypocrisy!

  10. Simón Naïm
    February 13, 2011

    Why President Bush is still not in the list of war criminals like Milosevic, Charles Taylor, Pinochet or Omar Bashir? I wonder what’s the International Criminal Court’s use? it’s time to apply the law equally to everyone. Enough of lies and hypocrisy!

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