President Bush signed an executive order governing interrogation of terrorism suspects, prohibiting cruel and inhumane treatment , humiliation or denigration of prisoners' religious beliefs.so, when we capture al-queda terrorists, we must respect their religious beliefs, not humiliate them or even speak mean to them. How in the world are we to get the information out of their heads? How are we to make them fear us? If we are unable to force confessions and knowledge of terrorist activities out of these most vile of meat-bags, then what good is it to even fight a war. Let's just surrender now.
The order targets captured al-Qaida terrorists who have information on attack plans or the whereabouts of the group's senior leaders. "Last September, the president explained how the CIA's program had disrupted attacks and saved lives, and that it must continue on a sound legal footing," White House press secretary Tony Snow said. "The president has insisted on clear legal standards so that CIA officers involved in this essential work are not placed in jeopardy for doing their job—and keeping America safe from attacks."So, in other words, since surrender has worked to make them give us information, then we are going to surrender more and more cause that is sound legal footing. And why is it sound legal footing????
The Supreme Court had ruled in June 2006 that trying detainees in military tribunals violated U.S. and international law...So, because the Supreme Court made a most bone-headed illegal ruling that said we can not try people caught during military actions can not be tried in military courts, Pres Bush wants us to truly give in to their most villainous desires and whims.
Oh, but he says he did not agree with the ruling, but yet he continues to snivel and drivel at the whims and whimsies of our most vilest of enemies.
How can we possibly even hope to defeat our enemies if we continue to surrender and cave to the fancies of our liberal enemies.
But you say, preventing torture is a good moral thing. Well, yes, but it depends on what level you place torture. According to Bush, torture and murder are on the same level morally.
The White House did not detail what types of interrogation procedures, such as waterboarding, would be allowed.
But it did offer parameters, saying any conditions of confinement and interrogation practices could not include:
_Torture or other acts of violence serious enough to be considered comparable to murder, torture, mutilation and cruel or inhumane treatment.
_Acts intended to denigrate the religion, religious practices, or religious objects of an individual.