Friday, November 2, 2007

Drip, Drip, Drip

Senate Democrats are threatening to derail the appointment of Judge Michael Mukasey to Attorney General because he will not say that the interrogation technique known as waterboarding is torture and prevented by the U.S. Constitution.

All most Americans have to know about waterboarding is that it allegedly worked to get al Qaeda's Kalid Sheikh Mohammed to reveal tons of info that allowed our government to upset and prevent numerous terror plots against this country.

Reasonable people can disagree about what constitutes torture. But few people would support a president who refused to use all available legal and even extra-legal means to prevent a terrorist attack that might take the lives of hundreds, thousands or hundreds of thousands of Americans.


Anonymous randal said...

So now the treasonous LibDems have taken to making the treatment of our captured enemies the Litmus for cabinet appointments?

How funny is it that Jabba-the-Teddy, gold medalist in the Drink, Drive and Swim, is up in arms over spraying a little water on our enemies!
It’s a shame he didn’t die in that car wreck. He is the real Weapon of Mass. Destruction.

And look at this funny definition for Litmus! Hahaha…: A water-soluble blue powder derived from lichens that changes to red with increasing acidity and to blue with increasing basicity.

November 2, 2007 at 10:26 AM 
Blogger Pro Christ Pro Gun said...

The dems want power at the expense of our own security. They are our enemy and they are a loathesome bunch.

November 2, 2007 at 3:50 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Scott Shields, Esquire:

That stuff about Dems being our enemy and a loathesome bunch, did you get that from scripture? Where axactly? Cause that doesn't sound like the kind of thing I learned in Sunday School, but you must be right, since you are so holier than thou and all.

Note to self: If ever need lawyer, do NOT call Scott Shields, Esquire unless have committed hate crime against non-Christian with really big gun.

November 4, 2007 at 7:38 PM 

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