This'll Slay Ya!
testimony about torture has revealed something interesting....
it didn't work.
Over the many years the Bush administration was ordering
torture no actionable evidence was obtained.
None. Not one piece of evidence as a result of waterboarding
resulted in the capture or death of any terrorist connected
So why were we torturing these people?
I have a theory.
Since the death of
Saddam Hussein, on whose shoulders George Bush's people pinned
manner of sins, America has been largely without an adversary
capable of keeping the military-industrial-complex in the black.
Those who traffic in blood floated Syria, Libya and Iran as
the next big boogeyman after the fall of Iraq but the American
public weren't buying.
Since the U.S. military was more or less trapped in Iraq guarding
the oil anyway why not, thought Cheney and his pals, incite
a fatwah or two in Iraq by randomly killing and torturing its
Over a million
casualities at last estimation.
A few candid torture photos later and the no-bid champage is
flowing like water at Boeing, Haliburton and the places that
Yes, I think our previous administration manufactured an insurgency
by systematically killing and torturing the Iraqi people, just
as they invented reasons to invade the country, handily destroy
its military and then somehow manage to stick around for seen
more years. Nothing else really makes sense.
As for you boobs out there shaking your head and saying to
yourself "Well, what about 9-11?", I can't help you. Might
I suggest reading something besides the Watchtower?
One last thing: I didn't set out to do a triptych of the life of Rush Limbaugh
but it just felt so damned GOOD to insult him for an entire week. I'm sure you