Just Following Orders, part 3
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May 6th, 2009

Just Following Orders, part 3

Rahm Emmanuel tries to explain why the President feels torture is too awful to make anyone pay for it, and why the best response to torture is to “reflect” on it and promise not to do it anymore. Seriously.


  • Prevailing Wind

    I voted for you, PZG. Now I can't vote for myself. Ah, the sacrifices we endure!

  • PeaceZGood

    By the way, I still can’t find the stars for voting. Can someone please vote for me? Make it 10 stars, the best!!!! 🙂

  • PeaceZGood

    I also read that in order to keep the peace with Republicans, Obama has to give up his pre-election promise to bring the people who did torture to trial. Also, SO MANY people in government were complicit, that if ALL THE PEOPLE who were implicated were brought to trial, there would probably be NO POLITICIANS left in Washington. Obama would be ALL ALONE up there. I do believe that AT THIS TIME, having BUSH on trial would be a distraction from the “going forward” efforts. However, at SOME time, Bush is going to have to be made accountable, as well as his advisors. I do NOT BELIEVE they acted “in good faith”. As Candorville shows, if the table were turned and it was someone in Japan who had done this to us, WE would have DEMANDED accountablility. Oh, wait a minute. Duh. We did.

  • Lol. Nice!