bush to veto waterboarding bill

the story is here. i feel that if waterboarding was really torture, you wouldn't have leftists volunteering to have it done to them all the time:

but i guess logic and reason have never applied to liberal political thought.

and, of course, if conservatism is behind it, sen. john mccain is (at least somewhat) against it:

however, i think that if it came down waterboarding a known terrorist or having a large explosion in downtown los angeles, a president mccain would choose the former over the latter.


Poetryman said...

Now that the truth is out there, let the word go forth. Without conservatives there would be no torture. W's veto is complete, absolute and irrefutable proof of this simple fact. Only a conservative would think to change the definition of torture so that he can go on torturing.
We have been told "they hate us for our freedoms" and "they worship a culture of death." What we did not know was conservatives were talking about themselves. Every time W wants another one of our civil liberties it's conservatives who insist you won't miss that right, you don't need it anyway and besides, point to one person who has been hurt by the lack. When you consider that conservatives love torture and the death penalty the truth becomes clear. It is conservatives who have a culture of death. And it is conservatives who hate us for our freedoms.

it's vintage, duh said...

you got us pegged. that's it, i'm liberal now. :P you win.

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