- ...while the Wolves watch and wait. "A 'furious' Rep. Peter King, the hawkish, maverick Long Island Republican, blasted a 'disgraceful' Eric Holder for [re-]opening an investigation of CIA interrogators [regarding the interrogation practices] and chided his own party for what he described as a weak response to the move in an interview just now with POLITICO.
"'It’s bulls***. It’s disgraceful. You wonder which side they’re on,' he said of the attorney general's move, which he described as a 'declaration of war against the CIA, and against common sense.'"
- The 2004 Inspector General Report on Torture; Jim Hanson says that “the info it contains vindicate the use of the program as an effective way to get valuable intel.”
- John Hinderaker: "Having read the CIA report in its entirety, I am struck once again by how humane our treatment of captured terrorists was intended to be, and generally was. The handful of incidents highlighted by press accounts of the report came to light precisely because they were reported as deviations from the treatment of detainees that had been authorized by DOJ lawyers."
- Is this torture? “[CIA] interrogators threatened to kill the children of 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.” If Khalid is the good Islamist that his reputation indicates, he should have been happy that the CIA interrogators would offer to do him such a favor—have his children martyred by infidels so they'd be assured of Paradise. Right, multiculturalists?
- “Another Colby.” Panetta exacerbates the problem(s).
- The War on Terrorists morphs into the War on Those who Protect the American Way of Life.
There will be more.
UPDATE: " A few weeks ago, Eric Holder saw nothing wrong with Black Panthers using billy clubs to intimidate voters. Today, he thinks intimidating terrorists with [cigar smoke] is a crime. Holder is the one who should be answering tough questions under oath."
A few weeks ago, Eric Holder saw nothing wrong with Black Panthers using billy clubs to intimidate voters. Today, he thinks intimidating terrorists with [cigar smoke] is a crime. Holder is the one who should be answering tough questions under oath."