W admitting that waterboarding terrorists was the right thing to do. TFM.

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    change the word “admitting” to “stating.” Admitting makes it sounds like it is the wrong policy.

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    Question: would it be acceptable for other countries to waterboard our soldiers?
    Then it is unacceptable for the US to torture our prisoners.

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      Southern Proper Lady

      Are our soldiers in other countries terrorists? You and I should have a talk about the preservation of our national security. W did what he thought would keep the US safe.

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      Frat Green Tomatoes

      The uncivilized scum our soldiers fight do much worse, involving mutilation, injury, etc. That is torture. Waterboarding should not be defined as torture–it doesn’t cause permanent harm, injury or disfigurement. I’d like our boys to never be captured, but since that’s not possible, waterboarding is sure preferable to losing limbs, fingers, or organs or being burned. We should waterboard the fuck out of terrorists.

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      Mommy did love you as a kid did she? I bet you also think Katrina and 9/11 are both conspiracys. God Bless America!!

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      Sippin & Dippin

      Our soldiers are not terrorists intent on harming civilians. And if you don’t think American soldiers who become POW’s are tortured then you are fucking high. Just look at John McCain, that goddamn American hero can’t lift his arm because of the gook bastards. I agree, it’s just water.

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