1:07 pm May 14, 2009, by jgalloway
A different kind of political analysis on the torture, from the usually staid Congressional Quarterly:
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Will Jones - Atlanta
May 14th, 20093:22 pm
Cheney needed to commit torture in order to extract “confessions” for 9/11, which he committed.
Patriots, and others sworn to The Oath, need only google “Mineta testimony” and watch the former Secretary of Transportation’s eyewitness account, at the second 9/11 Commission hearing, of Cheney’s stand-down order in the White House bunker. His testimony is inarguable.
To gain a broader, more full and complete understanding of 9/11 one need only download a free copy of “The New Pearl Harbor,” by a PhD, Emeritus Professor of proven integrity, David Ray Griffin. It, too, is inarguable.
Max Cleland quit the 9/11 Commission. Perhaps he had read this sedulous proof and didn’t want to compromise his honor by participating.
That’s the kind of man we need as governor. The American People made Obama president and “Annuit Coeptis.”
Let’s now do the same for Georgia and help cast the Beast into the Pit.
How great to be of the generations able to fulfill this prophetic event?
May G-d bless America once more.
Death for Treason
Cynthia Tucker McKinney
May 14th, 20097:59 pm
Checkmate- Cheney. This week the Obama White House has reversed its policy on releasing the Enhanced Irrigation Techniques and has announced that it will hold detainees with out trial INDEFINATELY, JUST LIKE THE BUSH WHITE HOUSE!!!!!!! Hate Cheney all you want libs, but the man gets results. Speakerettes Pelosi’s lying drama-saga over Irrigation Techniques is just gravy!!!!
ps: to the libs with absolutely no senses of humor, I know that it is called Enhanced Interrogation Techniques. I call it “Irrigation” to play off the water boarding dust up.
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