Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Bush Adminstration DICK WEED DOG TURDS Approved Torture

Do You Really Want Four More Years of the Same?
In breaking news in the Washington Post, the Bush Administration not only knew about torture, they approved it! We all knew this all along, but this proves it, shows us our fears and beliefs about the corruption within the Bush Administration was not only real, but justified! Congress should be called into Emergency Session, Articles of Impeachment issued against everyone in the Bush Administration associated with this traitorious act. Two secret memo's from the Bush Administration approved the CIA's use of torture, including waterboarding! Curious here...will those soldiers who were IMPRISONED recieve INSTANT PARDONS by George W. Bush? THEY WERE FOLLOWING ORDERS for God's sake...not approving of their actions, not approving of the pictures they took, but this BOMBSHELL shows America that they were telling the truth, that they were following orders from much further up the chain of command. Bush, you are a low life, scum sucking, slithering shit eating sack of camel dung. You are by far the WORST PRESIDENT this nation has ever known. On the Great Day of atonement when you stand naked before God, I will pray to the heavens that your trip to hell is a swift one.

CIA Tactics Endorsed In Secret Memos

Waterboarding Got White House Nod

Washington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, October 15, 2008; Page A01

The Bush administration issued a pair of secret memos to the CIA in 2003 and 2004 that explicitly endorsed the agency's use of interrogation techniques such as waterboarding against al-Qaeda suspects -- documents prompted by worries among intelligence officials about a possible backlash if details of the program became public.

The classified memos, which have not been previously disclosed, were requested by then-CIA Director George J. Tenet more than a year after the start of the secret interrogations, according to four administration and intelligence officials familiar with the documents. Although Justice Department lawyers, beginning in 2002, had signed off on the agency's interrogation methods, senior CIA officials were troubled that White House policymakers had never endorsed the program in writing.

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