Torture isn't our style

Posted Wednesday, April 22, 2009, at 11:43 AM
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  • As barbarian as it sounds, it may be of use in some situations. However those situations would seem to be few. It seems like a way to vent frustrations and be justified in one's savagery. Overall, it is hard to define when it would be necessary and when it is pointless. Such is the quandary of most things it seems.

    -- Posted by twilcox1978 on Wed, Apr 22, 2009, at 4:58 PM
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    Aw bazook you know we have to play by all the rules even in war, we have to set the example but other counties and cut of heads, shot people and thats ok, I never did understand why we have to play by rules and nobody else does

    Just look at WW2, Koren and Vietnam I am so sure they played by all the rules, what a worthless joke

    -- Posted by Eagle_eye on Wed, Apr 22, 2009, at 11:11 PM
  • Bazookaman,

    Sarah Palin is taking all but 1/3 of the stimulus money and according to the Anchorage Daily times which is copy and pasted below looks like she may change her mind if she gets her way.

    Palin has balked at taking one-third of it, including money for schools, energy assistance and social services.

    Palin now says she'll accept the federal money if the Legislature agrees to use some of it to replace state spending. For example, she wants to cut 93 million state dollars that would go to schools -- and then award the schools that same amount in federal stimulus money to make up the difference.

    -- Posted by small town on Thu, Apr 23, 2009, at 6:40 PM
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