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originally posted by: theNLBS
That's right, we're playing copy-cat and doing a year-end wrap up video just like everyone else. Except in our case, we're counting down what we see to be the top ten BS stories and events from 2014. We're doing this to give you that nice warm fuzzy feeling from looking back on another year, as we head into a new year with new optimism and hope for the future. I think I just threw-up in my mouth when I typed that. Number ten is one of the BS ways the media tries to scare you with click-bait terminology, nine covers corporate screw-ups, eight is an epic-BS politician, and it goes downhill fast from there. Enjoy!
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originally posted by: Dfairlite
Water boarding is not torture and no one was executed for waterboarding
The morning after the CNN/YouTube debate in St. Petersburg, John McCain remained firm in his stand against the use of an interrogation technique called "waterboarding." He cited solid history to buttress his position.
"I forgot to mention last night that following World War II war crime trials were convened. The Japanese were tried and convicted and hung for war crimes committed against American POWs. Among those charges for which they were convicted was waterboarding," he told reporters at a campaign event.
"If the United States is in another conflict ... and we have allowed that kind of torture to be inflicted upon people we hold captive, then there is nothing to prevent that enemy from also torturing American prisoners."