Heaven knows why he did it. But he did.
“Any time is a long time when you’re breathing water” he says.
* He would have probably lasted twice as long and enjoyed himself had it been whiskey.
Shaken or stirred?
* The article from Vanity Fair is pathetic, as one would expect from a moonbat publication like that.
Christopher Hitchens gets himself waterboarded and concludes:
(I)f waterboarding does not constitute torture, then there is no such thing as torture.
He’s right, of course. But if the worst torture the US can authorise is one an ageing journalist volunteers to undergo himself, I’m more relieved than horrified. And when it’s practiced on just three of the worst terrorists it can find I wonder what all the fuss is about.
*Â Â Â Sheik yer’mami sez:
“Not impressed. Next time try it with whiskey, brother: way to go!”
My favorite comment:Â
Ask any CIA agent, Abu Ghraib or Gitmo employee and they’ll tell you that torture really does work …they’ll tell you that it’s an essential tool if we are to win the hearts and minds of the Islamic world and in the fight against global terrorism.
“Harsh interrogation techniques” were certainly effective on al Qaeda’s number three Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.
The alleged mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed admits to over 30 terrorist attacks.