51 say controversial techniques used on detainees after 9/11 were acceptable. American Torture
They are given clean water above.
Oh and yelled at. In prisons throughout the United States inmates who become out of control are handled in many ways that could be considered torture but it is not. Those Americans who crossed the lines in these interrogations were not awarded. They were sentenced and imprisoned for their actions. You can view their criminal convictions online. Now lets take a tiny look into the way they treat their citizens.
Everyday Islamic torture, I could sit here and post
pictures all day long of sharia Law! Women, Children.
Last nights Honor killing is picture to the right.
What did she do wrong, Tell her father that she didn’t want to have sex with him any more? You think I am wrong? Strong possibility I am right on the money. Read the news in the United States about Islamic Fathers having children with their daughters. That’s okay for them to do. Just as it was okay and highly approved to kill your daughter as this Man “Hate to call him that” Did.
Picture below. Atheist are the worse of all.
I believe Americans are starting to see that we can not have all these rules, the the people we are combating have none. I read an article, printed it that 100 Detainees “May” have died as a result of CIA interrogation methods. Seriously 100. Read what the Islamic Religion has done just today. But where are the people who are outraged with them? They are keeping their mouths shut because they are cowards who are to afraid to speak up and say it is Muslims who are REALLY torturing and killing people. Look on the Internet. See for yourselves. Each and everyday people are suffering in ways that we would never inflict upon those who even really deserved it. This puts us at a great disadvantage. The new rules of war is why these atrocities are happening, it’s because we are limited in our capabilities of helping those who need it because some innocent people may die. So we choose to let hundreds of thousands be butchered, because we cant risk collateral casualties. It is ludicrous! Do you agree?
A majority of Americans believe the harsh interrogation tactics detailed in last week’s Senate Intelligence Committee’s report on the Central Intelligence Agency’s handling of prisoners after the Sept. 11th terrorist attacks were warranted, a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll finds.
The survey — conducted following the release of the committee’s long-awaited report on the CIA’s controversial techniques — found 51 percent of Americans approved of the tactics, while 28 percent said they went too far.
The results virtually match a Pew Research Center poll that also found 51 percent believe the CIA’s methods were justified, while 29 percent said they were not. A Washington Post-ABC News poll released Tuesday found 59 percent approved of the CIA’s tactics, while 31 percent disapproved. The same poll found roughly half of Americans believe the CIA treatment of suspected terrorists amounted to torture, while 38 percent said it did not.
“Under any common meaning of the term, CIA detainees were tortured,” Senate Intelligence Committee chairman Dianne Feinstein said in releasing the report, which, itself, does not use the word torture.
On Sunday, former Vice President Dick Cheney defended the program, refusing to call practices “involuntary rectal feeding” outlined in the report “torture.”
“We were very careful to stop short of torture,” Cheney said on “Meet the Press” Sunday. “The Senate has seen fit to label their report torture. But we worked hard to stay short of that definition.”
Cheney said he defines torture as “an American citizen on a cell phone making a last call to his four young daughters shortly before he burns to death in the upper levels of the Trade Center in New York City on 9/11.”
Te program was justified, he said, because all of the techniques “were authorized by the president,” “blessed by the Justice Department” and “absolutely worked.”
“We’ve avoided another mass casualty attack against the United States,” the former vice president said. “And we did capture Bin Laden. We did capture an awful lot of the senior guys at al-Qaida who were responsible for that attack on 9/11. I’d do it again in a minute.”
It seems many Americans tend to agree. According to the NBC News/WSJ survey, 45 percent think such techniques should be used in the future, while 28 percent did not.
The survey also found a partisan split on the issue of torture. Among Republicans, an overwhelming majority (80 percent) said the Bush-era practices were acceptable, while just nine percent said they went too far. Among Democrats, 32 percent said the techniques were acceptable under the circumstances, while 44 percent said they were unacceptable.
The full results of the poll, conducted Dec. 10-14, will be released Wednesday.