Friday, April 24, 2009

A Body of Information

Some filthy wanker on the right has this to say today:

"Former Justice Department attorney David Rivkin has pointed out that the EITs described in the memos had been adapted from a U.S. military training program “used for years on thousands of American service members with the full knowledge of Congress.” That meant also that there was a large body of information on which to draw regarding both the effectiveness and the physical/psychological impact of the techniques."

You know, guys, there is a body of information on the moral impact of these techniques too. You may have seen it, as it is not even classified. It's called the Bible. Give it a try.

You might like to start with that "do unto others" part.

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