Obama Vows To Change The World

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posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 10:21 AM
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Originally posted by jsobecky


Originally posted by Open_Minded Skeptic
Hogwash. Ever hear of waterboarding?


Yes I have. And nothwithstanding the fact that sources are divided on whether waterboarding is torture, the fact that we have used it on 3 terrorists including Khalid Sheikh Mohammed does not constitute the US being "a nation that openly tortures".

Plus, Bush signed an EO last summer outlawing torture. But that was conveniently omitted, I see.


1 - The 'divided sources' are BushCo on one hand and the entire civilized world on the other. Waterboarding is torture, and has been recognized as such since the Inquisition. And waterboarding is just the one, easy example. I don't have the time or inclination to dig through all the rest of it.

2 - Bush has no credibility. He also said said there was no eavesdropping on US citizens, and now we find out there was exactly that, and he also said the US economy was strong.

Face it. The US has become a nation that openly tortures people.





Hogwash. Ever hear of Gitmo?


Yes. Ever hear of enemy combatants?


So you acknowldege that the US does in fact imprison people indefinitely with no charge. Add Padilla to the example list.

Face it. The US has become a nation that imprisions people indefinitely with no charge.



You will get the government you deserve!


I sincerely hope so. I must say it does not look terribly likely, even if Obama is elected. Absolutely will not happen if McCain is elected.




posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 04:44 PM
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Simplistic answers to complicated issues. Stuff that cliches are made of.

No use arguing with you - it seems that you are OK with exaggeration and hyperbole. And it seems like you are the perfect citizen for Obama's new Socialist society.

Good luck to you.





 
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