|We Heart Torture
More than 2,200 military veterans have signed a petition opposing the nomination of Alberto Gonzales to be the next U.S. attorney general.
Gonzales gained notoriety earlier this year with the revelation of the so-called torture memos -- a series of legal opinions that suggested the Geneva Conventions could be selectively applied to the global war on terror and the treatment of prisoners, and which parsed the meaning of "torture" under the treaty.
Gonzales is expected to be easily approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee.
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Remember when your parents told you not to stoop to the level of the school bullies?
What will we tell the children now when our own government stoops to the level of the former Hussein regime?
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