Skip to comments.CIA interrogation report: Democrats want to punish America, blame Bush
Posted on 12/09/2014 5:26:53 AM PST by Kaslin
In its ideological zeal to punish America, the outgoing Democratically-controlled Senate, plans to make public a report that, according to Fox News will examine the alleged use of torture by the CIA.
Although the 6,000 page full report will remain classified, the 500 page summary is expected to be released to the public in coming days. According to press reports from those who are familiar with the study, it is expected to portray the American intelligence community in the worst possible light. The reports release and details about CIA interrogations that took place a decade ago will endanger Americans abroad today, destroy essential relationships with foreign intelligence communities going forward, and cripple American human intelligence gathering networks for a generation.
Put bluntly, Democrats in the Senate are behaving like tenants who got evicted and decide to trash the house on their way out the door.
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Republicans will respond by . . . . doing nothing, as always.
I would expect nothing less from this Administration. Anything that makes the US (and particularly, Republicans) look bad will be released in these next two years.
But he’s still going to stonewall on the information regarding the IRS scandal, Benghazi, Fast & Furious, his own personal records, etc. Only something which could harm Americans, will he release.
You can’t tell me for a moment that demcorats were nowhere to be found on “committees” that knew exactly what was going on. They are in this chin deep as well.
‘Moving Forward’ is the LAST thing they’ve done.
They too America giant steps BACKWARD
You won’t hear about them.
This release is all about deflection and blame Bush meme.
This one actually IS Bush’s fault. He let them run roughshod over the military, run the war, determine what was and was not allowed and caved in to their asinine demands. Ultimately he is responsible for them having access to any of this to begin with, good, bad or otherwise. He should have burnt all docs, issued full pardons and walked out the door with a smile after the election. Now plenty of good people will suffer because liberals love terrorists more than America.
It’s not like Stevie Wonder couldn’t see what would happen.
Of all the precedence to bring about this one will backfire badly on
this administration since the next POTUS can also do the same.
Benghazi comes to mind, among other corverups this ZERO administration is
accountable for. This may also be a means of stirring the Islamic hornets
next once again. Obama hasn't had his War yet and he's running out of time.
I’ve been around long enough to “get” that; however, they are acting like cherub’s defending the good nature of our country. How long do they believe it goes un-noticed that they were in power WHILE these interrogations were going on?
I realize they are shooting for the lo-fo voter and then push a quick news cycle of it and make it disappear, but if this backfires (which I pray it does without loss of American lives), it could bring lots to light again. Its almost as if they are blinded to the long term consequences by being fixated on scorched Earth; they are self-destructing our country because the country voted them OUT!
That’s nothing...I want the terrorists....terrified!
They should see a bench full of cutting and crushing devices, and several scary hi-voltage machines, and a large vertical aquarium...several medieval devices such as “the rack” and the “iron maiden”.
A dentist’s chair.
That is your opinion and you’re entitle to it
Do you expect anything different?
It won’t backfire. You know full well the Lesser Evils would never play hardball. So the Dems can and do act with no fear at all.
They sure are
the chinese and the russians are just aghast with delight regarding our leadership. They woke up in 2008 with full knowledge that the democrats and Obama would do more to destroy the US than they could have ever dreamed of.
There is no doubt about it in my mind that they did.
That certainly is a fair argument. So much of what Bush did was, well, timid. Attempts at border control, the Afghan rules of engagement, this CIA thing, etc.
The country will pay dearly for all of this.
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