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GOP Debate II: Romney - "Double Guantanamo"

During the second GOP debate, Fox News' Brit Hume sets up a hypothetical situation where three terrorist attacks occur at shopping malls in majo

GOPII-Romney-Guantanamo

During the second GOP debate, Fox News' Brit Hume sets up a hypothetical situation where three terrorist attacks occur at shopping malls in major cities. A fourth attack is thwarted and that would-be attacker, who we know has information about an impending, larger attack is captured and taken to Guantanamo Bay. The candidates are asked if they believe Torture Enhanced Interrogation Techniques, including waterboarding, should be used to get information from the detainee.

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McCain - No on Torture Enhanced Interrogation Techniques

Giuliani - Yes on Torture Enhanced Interrogation Techniques

Romney - Yes on Torture Enhanced Interrogation Techniques and while you're at it, Double Guantanamo! (loud applause from audience)

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