Thursday, April 23, 2009

Liz Cheney: Waterboarding Isn't Torture (Video)

Liz Cheney tells Norah O'Donnell the truth about torture. Cheney's rule!

MS NBC continues its witch hunt on Bush officials, presumably with the guidance of the left wing Move On Dot Organists and Team "O".

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  1. Nora is rude, and Liz Cheney kicked her butt.

  2. Must be tough knowing that your father is about to become the most infamous war criminal in American history.

  3. It is defined as torture by the US in all legal writings. Lynn sez: We prepare our own military for torture by other countries, therefore when we do it, it is not torture.

    Nice twist of logic.

  4. Was Cheney really the one who was most responsible for these torture techniques? His recent comments might suggest so. The Military Tribunal for the Far East hung seven Japanese generals in 1946 for tolerating waterboarding in their commands? Ranks below were sentences to fifteen years hard labor for waterboarding. The Japanese were torturing captured American airmen in the name of Japan's homeland security and the US justice system considered it a serious crime, punished by death. Did Cheney break laws? Does a Vice President not need to face the same justice system that all Americans must abide by or is he above the law? Remember Nixon?