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Apr 27, 2009


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Those people have serious issues with reality, meaning that its full of people they don't like doing things they don't like. Problem is, they're way outnumbered.

Dave Ribar


I thought that Rush Limbaugh was the spokesman for the party. Shows how little I know.

Fred Gregory

Not heard on Rush Limbaugh.

"Now that Obama has bravely jeopardized our national security by releasing the OLC memos on enhanced interrogation, maybe he can muster comparable courage and release his own college transcript."

Tom Maguire


Presidential sanctioning of torture for political ends comparable to a college transcript? Pretty soon, I expect to Eric Cantor say "Yeah, but his suits are boring."

As for the security implications of releasing memos that confirm what most of the planet already assumed... well, come on.

The bigget security threat we faced during the Bush years was the almost universal belief that Bush was ready and willing to sacrifice traditional American values in pursuit of his own ends.

Fred Gregory

Just for you , just corbly, an encore of

Why Does Obama Hate America


"Thanks to him, al-Qaeda knows the private interrogation techniques available to the US intelligence agencies and can train its operatives to withstand them - or would do so, if they had not already been outlawed." - Gerald Warner

I don't understand this argument. The techniques were already outlawed. All the administration has done is instruct government agents to obey the law. The world should already know what the limits are in our interrogation techniques. They're spelled out in treaties and laws and other such public documents.

And just look at the suit Gerald is wearing in his head shot. Sheesh.

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