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    Re: George W Bush claims UK lives 'saved by waterboarding'

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    Lawyer's believed waterboarding was legal and regardless of the argument you or I make lives were saved by President Bush's efforts. That is good enough for me.
    Well hey, if lawyer's [sic] believed it was legal, I guess that makes it so!

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    Re: George W Bush claims UK lives 'saved by waterboarding'

    Quote Originally Posted by Coronado View Post
    Well hey, if lawyer's [sic] believed it was legal, I guess that makes it so!
    yep, when working I always listened to my lawyers for if I didn't why did I pay them? If GW Bush did something illegal, Democrats controlled the Congress from 2007-2008, why didn't they bring Impeachment charges? The answer is quite obvious, they wanted the issue and knew that he didn't do anything wrong and couldn't get a conviction.

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    Re: George W Bush claims UK lives 'saved by waterboarding'

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    yep, when working I always listened to my lawyers for if I didn't why did I pay them? If GW Bush did something illegal, Democrats controlled the Congress from 2007-2008, why didn't they bring Impeachment charges? The answer is quite obvious, they wanted the issue and knew that he didn't do anything wrong and couldn't get a conviction.


    Argument from ignorance. Google it.

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    Re: George W Bush claims UK lives 'saved by waterboarding'

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    Argument from ignorance. Google it.
    Typical non response to what I posted as you have no answer. Why didn't Congress Impeach Bush?

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    Re: George W Bush claims UK lives 'saved by waterboarding'

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    Typical non response to what I posted as you have no answer. Why didn't Congress Impeach Bush?
    Yeah, I thought it would go right over your head.

    So what happens if one lawyer says waterboarding is not torture, and another says waterboarding is torture?

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    Re: George W Bush claims UK lives 'saved by waterboarding'

    Quote Originally Posted by Coronado View Post
    Yeah, I thought it would go right over your head.

    So what happens if one lawyer says waterboarding is not torture, and another says waterboarding is torture?
    Is that what happened with Bush? If what Bush did was illegal as you believe it was, why wasn't Bush impeached?

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    Re: George W Bush claims UK lives 'saved by waterboarding'

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    Is that what happened with Bush?
    Yes, a lawyer somewhere said waterboarding is torture. What then, when an immovable object meets an irresistible force?
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    If what Bush did was illegal as you believe it was, why wasn't Bush impeached?
    Irrelevant.

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    Re: George W Bush claims UK lives 'saved by waterboarding'

    Quote Originally Posted by Coronado View Post
    Yes, a lawyer somewhere said waterboarding is torture. What then, when an immovable object meets an irresistible force?Irrelevant.
    Not irrelevant at all, if the President of the United States broke the law it was the responsibility of Congress to impeach him. Why didn't they? Could it be they didn't have a case? Could it be that you and others were wrong?

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    Re: George W Bush claims UK lives 'saved by waterboarding'

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    Not irrelevant at all, if the President of the United States broke the law it was the responsibility of Congress to impeach him. Why didn't they? Could it be they didn't have a case? Could it be that you and others were wrong?
    Wrong about what?

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    Re: George W Bush claims UK lives 'saved by waterboarding'

    Quote Originally Posted by Coronado View Post
    Wrong about what?
    Obviously I was wrong in responding to you. Did GW Bush break the law by waterboarding 3 high value al Qaeda operatives?

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