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I disagree with you on one aspect of this Iraqi prisoner scandal. If,
as I have read, some of the prisoners had guns put to their heads, were
told they were going to be shot, and then an empty chamber clicked,
I believe that qualifies as "torture." Also those who thought
they were going to be electrocuted. It may be MENTAL torture, but when
it was done to American soldiers in Korea, and Vietnam, it was called
David P. - Wimberley
Yeah, I know. The
other day I was using the definition "unbearable physical pain"
but it's kind of like ol' Clinton with his varied definitions of "is".
Thank you for the bar of Hershey's chocolate. It is/was a big hit.
Jacquelyn is still making desserts from it.
The 18-inch, five-pound
bar ($29.95 + shipping) was a gift from Summit South independent
Perry's school tax schemes get "F" from Legislature
House debate fell apart as various measures, including video gambling
and a payroll tax, were removed from the bill.
conducted many prisoner-abuse probes
tells Arab TV prisoner abuse "abhorrent"
troop levels in Iraq to remain high "..as many as 138,000 through
the end of next year, maintaining a higher-than-expected level of forces
there to provide security long after the country is slated to become a
pull back to "one corner" of Fallujah "We have
succeeded 100 percent," said Iraqi general Latif. "Fallujah
is now safer than Baghdad."
The marines say they will wait and see.
still in infancy, critics say "..a lack of security safeguards
for new electronic voting machines could undermine voter confidence
in this year's presidential election."
state's troubled foray into electronic voting By jettisoning its
system because of reliability worries, California causes other states
to reexamine voting methods.
Chick Martie Maguire delivers twin girls
won't get mental anguish money for dog's death
paying $50M in back royalties: "couldn't find" Dolly Parton