Wednesday, September 20, 2006

White House making changes to CIA interrogation bill, Senate aide says

Hoping to break a deadlock with key Republican senators, the White House is making changes to its proposal to allow the CIA to continue using "alternative" interrogation techniques on suspected terrorists, a spokesman for one lawmaker said Monday.

John Ullyot, a spokesman for Senate Armed Services Chairman John Warner, said a draft was headed to Capitol Hill with "new language," but no details of the changes were announced.

(New language? "Alternative Interrogation Techniques?" Sounds like something out of some science fiction novel. How about this new language.....TORTURE!!!! If you can't say the word out loud that should be a big clue that perhaps we shouldn't be doing it. Where did these people come from?)

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