The Torture of An American in Iraq

December 18, 2006 at 4:10 am | Posted in American politics, Democracy, Iraq, King George, Military, Torture, War on Terror | Leave a comment

When you see smoke, there tends to be a fire. When you see lots of smoke, there is no doubt there is a fire.

An American, working as an informant was tortured by our own military in Iraq. He wasn’t treated the way he was treated because he had actionable intelligence and they were looking to get it from him. He was treated the way he was treated because he was supposedly working for the enemy. Do you really want any more evidence that the lowering of our standards has nothing really to do with getting intelligence, but more to do with our own dumbing down of our standards, taking the gloves off, getting dirty with our enemy?

What the hell are we fighting for?

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