Bush Defends Interrogation Practices
President Bush, speaking in Latin America, defended his Administration's treatment of detainees:
President Bush vigorously defended U.S. interrogation practices in the war on terror today and lobbied against a congressional drive to outlaw torture.
"There's an enemy that lurks and plots and plans and wants to hurt America again," Bush said. "So you bet we will aggressively pursue them but we will do so under the law." He declared, "We do not torture."
Right. We just send them to other countries that do allow torture.
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