Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Water Torture Experts

The following are the words of Senator Edward Kennedy on the subject of "water-boarding", a SIMULATION of drowning performed on terrorists to extract information related to terrorist attacks on civilian targets:
"Water-boarding is torture. Torture is unacceptable. Period."

Mr Kennedy, a certifiable expert on the subject of water induced real death, opposes the use of the FEAR of drowning for national security purposes. Additionally we have noted that several journalists have voluntarily submitted to the procedure and some protesters have conducted water-boarding on volunteers on the steps of the nation's capitol. This leads us to wonder how many of these volunteers would agree to be passengers in a car driven by the Senator(D) from Chappaquiddick Massachusetts after "business" hours.

It should also be noted that no volunteers have come forward to submit to having their finger nails pulled out or their heads sawed off on camera. It appears that these "experts" on torture aren't as stupid as they believe the rest of us to be.

3 comments:

Rose said...

I thought the same thing when I heard that idiot on the radio - I remember the description of Mary Jo Kopechne, that she had struggled for air as the water came into the car, and Kennedy didn't even call for help, much less dive in and try to help her get out. There's some pretty detailed timelines on the net.

Howlsatmoon said...

I Really dislike that "&%$#".

I was thinking as I heard him on the radio, that an Emergency involving a life and death situation, compounded by being in the water marked two brothers for the Man and man that they would become.

Through the trials of life, a "Man" climbs and claws his way to the top.

This "man", the Senator is like the septic tank metaphor.

The biggest "chunks" float to the top.

I remember that day...day after my sixteenth birthday. I had the sense to be disgusted by him even back then.

Wollf

Anonymous said...

and they keep electing that alcoholic P.O.S. ! I just can't understand.