No, Americans aren’t ‘fine with torture.’ They strongly reject it.
By Paul Gronke, Darius Rejali and Peter Miller December 11
What it’s called matters – a fact not lost on the Bush Administration, which coined new phrases to call practices “not-torture.” It redefined the meaning of legal words and concepts, and described specific interrogation techniques as vaguely as possible….
EITs it is, then.
A picket sign from around 2002.
As if anything has changed in the last decade.
A Small Clique Of Legal Extremists… (February 24, 2008)
We have already determined what we are… (December 9, 2014)
“…to otherwise commit moral and national suicide by euphemism.” (December 10, 2014)
The world remains the same (December 11, 2014)