Friday, December 14, 2007

Tell The Rubes Anything, Just Don't Put It In Writing

(America's bubbly sweetheart) "Couric asked Mr. Bush if this is a tacit acknowledgement that the way these detainees were handled was wrong.

(Dim Son responds) "No. Not at all. It's a tacit acknowledgement that we're doing smart things to get information to protect the American people," the President said. "I've said to the people that we don't torture, and we don't."

House Passes Bill to Ban CIA's Use of Harsh Interrogation Tactics - you know, fingernails, attack dogs, shocked genitalia.

"The White House vowed to veto the measure."


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