Wednesday, October 12, 2005


Gore: US is "routinely torturing people"

Typical Democrat: Ever loyal to liberalism, at America's expense

In Sweden, Al Gore announced he has no intention of ever running for president again. He also said this:
When asked how the United States would have been different if he had become president, though, he had harsh criticism for Bush's policies.

'We would not have invaded a country that didn't attack us,' he said, referring to Iraq. 'We would not have taken money from the working families and given it to the most wealthy families.'

'We would not be trying to control and intimidate the news media. We would not be routinely torturing people,' Gore said. 'We would be a different country.
Perhaps, as one of their own would be President, it would be a country liberals would actually express pride in -- or, at the very least, wouldn't denigrate as often as possible, especially while abroad.

Via John Hinderaker, who comments:
"Routinely torturing people"--is that enemy propaganda, or the official position of the Democratic Party? Is there still a difference? If we're routinely torturing people, then why do those who get caught go to jail? And don't Gore and other liberals who travel abroad realize how much they are damaging the United States by recycling this nonsense?
Sadly, no.


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