While the Democrats continue to use "enhanced interrogation" techniques against the American public, the folks are no closer to relief. The socialist Democrats won the election, and yet they won't stop campaigning on the Bushchimphitler! meme. UGH. I actually thought that if there was one thing that might come out of the last nightmare election, it would be a respite from the dehumanization of Bush and co. (and every other Republican with any visibility).
While the socialist Democrats destroy the elemental institutions of the once great country, setting our constitution on its ear - Americans have little recourse.
It's not as if we don't know. We know. Every communist, socialist, marxist, leninist state is a failed state. 100 million people were murdered under communist governments outside of war.
SO while the un-american party rips the constitution to shreds, we are supposed to weep for Khalid Sheik Muhammad.
Waterboarding savages under a doctor's care -- who gives a fig? Torture is this massive dumbheaded circle jerk, while the monumental tearing down of American exceptionalism goes little noticed.
Ovamit released the "torture" memos to get the malevolent ball rolling, and indeed he did. But the traitor in the White House refused to release the results that were gleaned from those sessions. Oh no. The thousands of American lives are worthless. KHALID SHEIK MUHAMMAD 'S DISCOMFORT IS A WAR CRIME!
Former Vice President Argues Documents Demonstrate That Harsh Interrogation Tactics
The CIA has rejected a request from former vice president Richard B. Cheney to release documents that he says show that the agency's harsh interrogation methods helped thwart terrorist plots.
A letter released by the CIA today cites pending legal action as the sole reason for keeping the documents under seal.
"For that reason -- and that reason only -- CIA did not accept Mr. Cheney's request for a mandatory declassification review," agency spokesman Paul Gimigliano said.
Cheney, who has sparred publicly with the Obama administration since it prohibited coercive interrogations in January, submitted a formal request to the National Archives and Records Administration on March 31, asking for the declassification of two secret documents that were said to describe the intelligence gained from the CIA's questioning of suspected al-Qaeda terrorists in overseas prisons.
Cheney, in a Fox News interview last month, said the documents "lay out what we learned from the interrogation process" and would presumably validate Bush administration claims that the controversial methods disrupted terrorists' plans and saved American lives.