Jules Crittenden looks at the leftie slavering overthe latest NYT gotcha on Intense interrogation …

“The problem is, once you’ve got a legal opinion that says such a technique is O.K., what happens when one of our people is captured and they do it to him? How do we protest then?”

Article neglects to mention we are fighting an enemy that considers powerdrills into kneecaps and videotaped beheading of captives business as usual.

True enough Jules, but there’s more… much more.

Don’t bother trying to tell me about how if we use torture, they will.  I defy the reader to tell me in what war in this nation’s entire history the Geneva conventions were actually followed by the people we were fighting against.  You cannot.  They never were.

Also on this one:

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