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Hiding Under The Bed

Thursday, Nov. 19, 2009 3:56 AM


Continuing the GOP whine fest about how dangerous men like Khalid Sheikh Mohammed are, and how we dare not try them in criminal court, is Rep. John Shadegg (R-Arizona), who wondered what New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg would say when the terrorists kidnapped his daughter. Or a court clerk, or a member of their family.

Rep. Shadegg, why are you doing the terrorist's work for them, not only responding with groundless fears, but elevating the terrorists to semi-sacred icons for their followers?


Oh, but woe! The terrorists might get off on a technicality, the pearl-clutching set warns.

Like WHAT? That government officials ignored federal law and international treaty to engage in a program of torture, including a media blitz as they sought 'moral clarity'? That kind of technicality?

The only thing that would jeopardize would be the evidence gathered through torture - which has so far proven to be irrelevant and/or useless, and the careers/reputation of the people who both ordered and carried out that torture.



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