View Poll Results: Since 2000 - Has The USA Tortured Anyone?

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Thread: Since the year 2000, has the USA tortured?

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    Re: Since the year 2000, has the USA tortured?

    "Enhanced impeachment" I like that one. I'll put that in a category of political phrases to remember, along with "plausible deniability."
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    Re: Since the year 2000, has the USA tortured?

    I find it laughable this is a poll. Clearly yes.
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    Re: Since the year 2000, has the USA tortured?

    I guess it's really an opinion... because what is and is not torture is an opinion. Is jail torture? Most people don't think so, but it sure does put a lot of people in psychological grief. Jail in bad conditions? As opposed to jail with big screen TV and comfortable beds and free education. Restricting freedom torture? Constant interrogation for hours every day?
    There are many things that inflict negative stuff on a human being... we draw the line where we want to and beyond that line is considered torture or un-necessary torture.

    According to many the US has tortured. So I guess that's what matters.

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    Re: Since the year 2000, has the USA tortured?

    Quote Originally Posted by celticwar17 View Post
    I guess it's really an opinion... because what is and is not torture is an opinion. Is jail torture? Most people don't think so, but it sure does put a lot of people in psychological grief. Jail in bad conditions? As opposed to jail with big screen TV and comfortable beds and free education. Restricting freedom torture? Constant interrogation for hours every day?
    There are many things that inflict negative stuff on a human being... we draw the line where we want to and beyond that line is considered torture or un-necessary torture.

    According to many the US has tortured. So I guess that's what matters.
    Some people thought exterminating the Jews was wrong and others thought it was necessary I guess that's just a matter of opinion
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    We’ll say what? Something like “nothing happened” ... Yeah, we might say something like that.

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