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    Re: Ex-Bush Official Set To Testify On Waterboarding

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    All the democrats care about is preserving the rights of murders, and not their fellow countrymen.
    All you care about is making sure terrorists kill Americans.
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    Re: Ex-Bush Official Set To Testify On Waterboarding

    Quote Originally Posted by Triad View Post
    Why don't you post some kind of evidence making his opinion as a staffer more important then those he worked for decision.
    Well we'll start by the fact that he said we shouldn't torture because it's illegal.


    ...and inconsistent with information coming form other sources.
    Yes, the information that consists of what? "We should torture?"

    There is plenty of opinions opposite his opinion and there is already evidence in released documents that contradicts him.
    Really? Do they actually disprove his assertion that we should not be torturing people? That it's illegal?
    Examples have been posted on this forum for the past week or so.
    Link them, it's your argument.
    It comes down to this-

    A Bush Administration person suddenly becomes the font of truth when he says what you want to hear. Yet everyone else who worked alongside him who does not say what you want to hear is still a liar.
    Or they are simply wrong. And not EVERYONE else who worked along side him is contradicting him. Why do you make statement like this? You know, dishonest ones? You deliberately distort the reality of the situation.

    That does not undermine the mans opinions(that is done by what information is known)...it does though undermine your use of the mans opinion.
    So produce this information that undermines his position that we shouldn't torture and that torture is illegal.
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