If it turns out that Republicans and Democrats were versed in the torture laws and were in favor of it anyway, allowing it to happen, where does the prosecution end? After 9/11, wasn't the majority of every U.S. Citizen willing to capture and torture whoever we could find at the time, in fear of another attack?
Here's My Opinion: George Washington Bush lived every day of his Presidency as though it were Sept 12th. Wanting every US citizen feel safe. Barack Hussein Obama lives everyday like it is Sept 10th, 2001. Oblivious to the type of people who want to kill us, who want to see our children decapitated. These are not nations against the US. These are extremist who live everyday with the purpose to kill Americans.
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Answer by Anonymous at 1:58 PM on Apr. 24, 2009
So, many politicians were on GW's side, till it was no longer politically convenient. Most of those happen to be Democrats. What we call "fair weathered" friends. They are the worst kind because they cannot be trusted. Now, these fair weathered friends are trying to spin the story to protect their butts, while prosecuting others. They are vile people, and if the prosecution is going to exist, then ALL need to be included, not just the ones who Democrats see fit.
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