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Man subjects self to waterboarding...

...is horrified by the experience.

It's torture. No question. Terrible terrible torture. To experience it and understand it and then do it to another human being is to leave the realm of sanity and humanity forever. No question in my mind.

The next Bush Administration official who insists that waterboarding isn't torture should be politely asked to submit to the procedure. And if that official, being the good loyal soldier, somehow insists afterward that it isn't that bad, then Bush and Cheney are up next. You know, just to make sure.

(Via Boing Boing.)

December 27, 2007 in Current Affairs | Permalink