Thursday, July 17, 2008

Waterboard Ashcroft

Former Attorney General John Ashcroft testified on the Hill today about the practice of "waterboarding" terrorism suspects.

According to the CNN report, Ashcroft testified that the technique, which simulates drowning, was "very valuable" and also stated that it "would not define torture."

Which brings us to this: why not waterboard Ashcroft in the hearing room? Heck, it might prove his point, as he undoubtedly would give more truthful answers and maybe even reveal some "valuable" information about the shenanigans in the Bush administration. And, since it's not "torture" there's no reason to hold back.

1 comment:

J. Tyler Ballance said...

Water-boarding is too humane for Ashcroft. He should be FLAYED!

01/20/09. With the help of God, head thug, Michael Chertoff and his goons will be out of work and we will begin to restore our government BACK to within its Constitutional limits.