Monday, January 10, 2005

We’ve got torture, yes we do, we’ve got torture, how ‘bout you?


The lawyer of Abu Ghraib torturer Specialist Charles Graner asks the important question: “Don’t cheerleaders all over America form pyramids six to eight times a year. Is that torture?”


Also, that leash thing, “A tether is a valid control to be used in corrections,” and hell, parents have their kids on tethers at the mall. Why, “In Texas we’d lasso them and drag them out of there.” Yee hah.

So in the same package of rule changes that gutted ethics inquiries was a provision that in event of “catastrophic circumstances,” a quorum is no longer needed in the House of Reps, just whoever shows up. No, I can see no way in which that could go wrong.

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