"We do not torture"
(Bush, Nov. 7)
In an important clarification of
President George W. Bush's earlier statement, a top White House official refused to unequivocally rule out the use of torture...
(Hadley, Nov. 13) --
The fate of a House provision to ban the torture of prisoners in U.S. custody is in doubt, strongly opposed by the Administration.
And don't call it torture: the preferred talking point wording is now enhanced interrogation techniques.
UpdateFilter: Schiavo autopsy results
--contrary to those who used this poor shell of a woman as a political football and fundraiser, Schiavo was not
abused, was blind so could not possibly have seen a balloon or her loved ones, and had a brain half the normal weight that was massively and irreversibly
previous posts here
--and just one example of the many many lies printed about her and her husband here.
Some people should really be ashamed of themselves.