The torturers are absolutely right to be pissed that they're being hung out to dry while Bush, Cheney, and Addington (and people like Tim Flanigan) are protected.
I highly recommend watching the entire show if you have time which you can catch here if you don't have the show recorded at home, but here's one of the better portions of this Saturday's Up With Chris Hayes which followed their panel discussions
Apparently I wasn't the only one completely disgusted by CNN allowing a host of Bush neocon war mongers to ask questions at their "national security" Republican debate, including torture advocate, Cheney's Cheney, David Addington.
CNN held their "national security" debate this Tuesday night and I have to say this one was even more bizarre to watch than the last one they had that was co-hosted by the AstroTurf "tea party", not so much because of anything the candidates said
David Addington today offered a preposterous reason for refusing to answer a question about whether or not he was party to talks about torture with h
At this point, we can finally agree that Cheney is the Vice President, and the Vice President is part of the executive branch, right? Apparently not.
Here's John Yoo's infamous defense of torture: [media id=5629] Cassel: If the president deems that he's got to torture somebody, including by crush
Watching Those We Chose: A forthcoming book by a former head of the Attorney General's Office of Legal Counsel tells of Cheney Chief of Staff and Coun
The other Valerie Plame Murray Waas’s new column in the National Journal, sheds a bright light into the PlameGate investigation and the ties be
Vice President Dick Cheney, moving swiftly to replace an indicted aide, on Monday named attorney David Addington as his chief of staff and John Hannah
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