Instead of congratulating ourselves for shutting down the detention EIT program, we should ask whether its closure is leading us to kill people we might otherwise capture.

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    Do you think we should sexually assault prisoners?

    Do you think we should torture one prisoner infront of another prisoner from whom we want information

     

    No because 1 they may like and 2 the other may be a voyeur!

    anymore assinine questions from the kiddie room

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    You really should try to avoid jumping into the middle of exchanges you weren't following. You keep making an @ss of yourself.




    1 -Its a message board and  2-again I could not careless what you think about me.

    Anymore assinine comments?

     
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    "Do you think we should torture one prisoner infront of another prisoner from whom we want information?"

    Depends what supposed 'torture' the prisoner is given.

    Beaten to within an inch of his life--no. US intelligence never did so...they had supervision and legal guidance.

    Being humiliated verbally, and kept in a cold room and kept sleep deprived, YES. Then, I would approve, since it is not "torture",  even though the phony Left defines any coercion at all as torture...

    Again, "coercive interrogation" led to Obama's biggest triumph, the killing of Bin Lade...the irony is amazing.

     
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    "Do you think we should torture one prisoner infront of another prisoner from whom we want information?"

    Depends what supposed 'torture' the prisoner is given.

    Beaten to within an inch of his life--no. US intelligence never did so...they had supervision and legal guidance.

    Being humiliated verbally, and kept in a cold room and kept sleep deprived, YES. Then, I would approve, since it is not "torture",  even though the phony Left defines any coercion at all as torture...

    Again, "coercive interrogation" led to Obama's biggest triumph, the killing of Bin Lade...the irony is amazing.

     
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    The left's twisted morality pose on this topic too often comes in fits and starts, with the most righteous of the lot declaring Bush a war criminal for his interrogation techniques while granting absolution to the man who champions a far more brutish approach. One wonders where these secular televangelists have gone in a week when BBC reporters tell of an 8-year-old girl having her young skin pierced by a drone bomb’s shrapnel while watching her grandmother being blown to a thousand pieces in front of her young eyes."

    Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/joe-scarborough-rips-on-waterboarding-2012-12#ixzz2JbZfa71V
     
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    The left's twisted morality pose on this topic too often comes in fits and starts, with the most righteous of the lot declaring Bush a war criminal for his interrogation techniques while granting absolution to the man who champions a far more brutish approach. One wonders where these secular televangelists have gone in a week when BBC reporters tell of an 8-year-old girl having her young skin pierced by a drone bomb’s shrapnel while watching her grandmother being blown to a thousand pieces in front of her young eyes."

    Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/joe-scarborough-rips-on-waterboarding-2012-12#ixzz2JbZfa71V
     
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    You chickenhawks are hilarious!!!

    Yep, the CIA and the rest of the US security apparatus can't keep secret prisons in never-before-heard-from countries in the remote corners of the world secret or the techniques they used out-of-sight behind the doors of those prisons, but the US military can keep secret all these supposed 'black-ops' which require a few hundred personnel and accompanying aircraft to penetrate various countries radar systems (both civlian and military) insert spec-ops and then drag an unwilling prisoner dozens of miles out of that same country - all without someone, somewhere seeing or hearing about it.




    LOL really you claim to be a former spec op guy but, then you claim that BS above about needing a few hundred personnel with air support is necessary for a "BLACK OP"?

    It wouldnt be a freaking black op if that was what was need!! LMAO what a tool

     
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    Why is there no difference between what you do with a soldier who is shooting at you, and a soldier who has been disarmed and captured? 




    1.) the people we kill with drones are NOT actively "shooting at you"!!

    2.) the prisoners are captured while they were "shooting" at us.

    3.) there is no collateral damage or innocent people killed in EIT's!

     

     
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    1. That is simply because of the manner in which they choose to make war against us. Why should that give them immunity?

    2. So too were German POWs.

    3. False. We might not have the right person. The fact of gitmo and torture was used as a recruiting tool to create even more terrorists (there's your collateral damage).

    3. Also completely irrelevant. "Collateral damage" doesn't matter because, again, the distinction between an active enemy on his chosen field of battle....and a POW...

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    1. It doesnt give anyone immunity and no one ever said it should. Why does it give us the right to assasinate them and those around them?

    2. The German POW's followed the rules of war; there is no such thing with extremist; who hide among civilians and murder innocents on purpose.

    3. Collateral damage absolutely matters or we would just carpet bomb areas to kill a few terrorist! btw: the shieks home with hiswife kids was not his "chosen field of battle"

     

     

     

     
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    4. The people surrounding a terrorist sure know what his occupation is.




    Even the Children?

     
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    How about people outside in street who are killed or injured?

     

     
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    as·sas·si·nate

    /əˈsæsəˌneɪt/ Show Spelled [uh-sas-uh-neyt] Show IPA

    verb (used with object), as·sas·si·nat·ed, as·sas·si·nat·ing. 1. to kill suddenly or secretively, especially a politically prominent person; murder premeditatedly and treacherously.  

     

    People shooting at each other from trenches doesnt meet this definition; true?

    When a snipe kills it does however

     
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    4. The people surrounding a terrorist sure know what his occupation is.


    Even the Children?

    If they're old enough, yes. That's one reason terrorism is perpetuated, kids are indoctrinated early.

    And if they're not old enough, their parents, who are responsible for them, certainly know this.



    So, it's ok to kill small children since it's the parents fault?

     
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