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    Re: McCain pushes back against Cheney, says torture violated law

    Quote Originally Posted by 75Greeno View Post
    torture is needed and we are not causeing any permantate physical damage so let it stay to protect america
    Anal rape of prisoners is fine. After all, gay people do it all the time. No permanent harm.


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    Re: McCain pushes back against Cheney, says torture violated law

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    And John McCain is 100% right. And why wouldn't he know what he is talking about? Unlike Dick "5 Deferments" Cheney, who had better things to do than serve his country, McCain became a war hero, when he could easily have avoided service too. McCain has been there, and knows first hand what torture is.

    Thank you, John McCain, not only for your service, but also for the integrity you just showed. This is the John McCain I remember. It looks like you have taken your life and political compass back, and I applaud you for it.
    This is why McCain can't win an election trying to posture as a Conservative.

    I have the same feelings for McCain I do for Spector; don't let the door his yer ass on the way out.

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    Re: McCain pushes back against Cheney, says torture violated law

    My issue with McCain is he says that they broke the law and then in the next breath says they shouldn't be prosecuted. If that is the case, why have the law? I thought we were a country that was beholden to the law and not personal whim. What a joke.
    It's time for a revolution in our country. Not a revolution forged with guns and bombs but a revolution forged of compassion and altruism. A revolution that extends a hand to those who don't have and who cannot. A revolution that makes Health Care available to all those in the US.

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    Re: McCain pushes back against Cheney, says torture violated law

    Quote Originally Posted by formerroadie View Post
    My issue with McCain is he says that they broke the law and then in the next breath says they shouldn't be prosecuted. If that is the case, why have the law? I thought we were a country that was beholden to the law and not personal whim. What a joke.
    That is because McCain is a dumbass as well. There is a reason the man hasn't won a Presidency in two tries. Thank God he is too old to try again; the man is an insufferable media hound like Biden and Spector and almost as dumb as Biden and Spector.


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