Thursday, December 18, 2008


Glenn Greenwald surveys the media and political landscape and finds that calls for prosecutions of members of the Bush administration for acts of torture are-tentatively, hesitatingly-growing. While I am willing to make concessions to finally get to the bottom of the warrantless wiretapping conducted by the NSA (balancing the need to uncover the truth against the harm caused by the program) I have no such reservations about prosecuting those who advocated for or themselves conducted torture. 

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