What's the problem? Some guys crossed the line, Obama and his regime are trying to fix it so that it doesn't happen again, and they aren't going to prosecute those that did since they were following legal orders at the time. I don't see anything wrong here.
If these bastards are willing to blow themselves up for their cause, what can we gain from drowning them? Besides, if that type of torture doesn't work right away, the victims will make up whatever they feel is necessary to stop the torture. It simply doesn't work unless it works right away. If it were US operatives captured overseas and tortured, you'd all be screaming that it is unfair treatment, etc. (which you should if that were the case). If you're going to do that though, you have to play by the same rules.
Besides, I figured all of you right wing extremists, uphold the Constitution, "don't invade my privacy, and don't illegal search and seizure me" people would be happy that Obama is not supporting the Congressional proposal to form a "truth commission" to examine your fearless leader Bush's CT programs. Of course in the same breath, I'm surprised you're not screaming that the "warrantless eavesdropping" that Bush made legal doesn't constitute an illegal search and seizure. Then again, why would any of you actually use logic and acknowledge that your guy F'd up! Maybe the great Al P can explain how warrantless eavesdropping is legal and not an invasion of privacy.
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