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Debate Tuesday

September 19, 2006

(Archive) (Some sound distortions in first three minutes of broacast.)
Guest: Republican strategist Mike Lane defends certain techniques that Mark considers torture.

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  • Paper-trail of lies September 25, 2006 10:12 am

    Now U.S. government intelligence reports disclose that the War in Iraq has actually increased the amount of our terrorist enemies in the world–not decreased them
    As usual, thanx for nothing–George Bush–your attempts at deception are becoming more and more a matter of public record–you are still a Conneticut boy trying to dole out Texas justice with a band of mis-firing neo-cons with priority-one being–to cover their own asses–and only doing that half-assedly

  • Robt September 21, 2006 2:42 am

    I have just got around to listening to the show. I wanted to say , Giving a momment of memory to a soldier killed in his duty, well thanks you.
    It seems dishonorable to me somehow that the President hides the flag drapped coffins from the Nation on their return. The visual sight is a dis-heartening honorable reality all Americans must see to remind them that costs in military actions is more than dollar signs and politics.
    I do feel it is disgraceful that throughout the entire media it seems to hit and miss on our dead soldiers. Some get notice others don’t.
    Like the media extravaganza over Pat Tealman, until news broke that it was friendly fire. They made him a recruitment tool.
    From an Administration that will spend what ever it takes to the illusion the icing on the war cake is tasteful to those he force feeds it to.
    Again, that was a kind deed……

  • Bush tries to bullshit the world September 20, 2006 9:19 am

    Our enemies are increasing as our moral authority wanes–U.S. use of torture ups the ante on malevolence as American credibility crawls into the monkey-house to struggle a hairy ape give-and-take with all approaching attackers
    God bless America! Give all of our torturing leaders a banana as they throw their feces at the rest of the world–and wonder why they can’t command any respect at the U.N.

  • Robt September 20, 2006 2:57 am

    The best I can answer such a general question as you ask is that it depends on the enemy we fight. Unless of course you wish to be more specific of a particular enemy. I don’t believe our enemies are all the same. Is that what you mean?

  • MAX September 19, 2006 6:43 pm

    Do you think our enemies are going to be considerate when it comes to torture methods with our people?