Iowahawk. Now more than ever

Iowahawk is up to his tricks again, and in fine form, indeed. Sample:

POLL: 61% BACK TORTURE OF HOWARD DEAN

New York — A new IPSOS/CNN survey of Americans released today showed widespread support for using "aggressive interrogation techniques" on DNC Chairman Howard Dean, including waterboarding, sleep deprivation, and forced reading of Andrew Sullivan. [more]

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KERRY URGES SENSITIVE DAYTIME U.S. MILITARY TERRORISM  AGAINST U.S. CHILDREN

Washington — Senator John Kerry sought to distance himself today from his weekend remarks on CBS's Face The Nation that "there is no reason, Bob, that American soldiers need to be going into the homes of Iraqis in the dead of night, terrorizing women and children, destroying the—uh—ah, religious thing, and so forth, raping and pillaging and, er, helping themselves to the falafel like Jenjis Khan and so on, which is exactly the sort of terrorism thing that is what the—umm, Iraqis are supposed to be um, doing, and, also, oh shit... did I just say something about terrorizing? Well, Bob, you obviously know what I mean, um, right Bob? Help me out here, Bob."

In clarifying his earlier statement, Kerry today said that he supported US military personnel, but was "simply pointing out that American terrorizing could be done in, ah, ah, a more thoughtful and sensitive and appropriate manner, uh, that respects, er, Iraqi religious, er, things, and rights to self—terrorizing." [more]

Iowahawk is up to his tricks again, and in fine form, indeed. Sample:

POLL: 61% BACK TORTURE OF HOWARD DEAN

New York — A new IPSOS/CNN survey of Americans released today showed widespread support for using "aggressive interrogation techniques" on DNC Chairman Howard Dean, including waterboarding, sleep deprivation, and forced reading of Andrew Sullivan. [more]

and

KERRY URGES SENSITIVE DAYTIME U.S. MILITARY TERRORISM  AGAINST U.S. CHILDREN

Washington — Senator John Kerry sought to distance himself today from his weekend remarks on CBS's Face The Nation that "there is no reason, Bob, that American soldiers need to be going into the homes of Iraqis in the dead of night, terrorizing women and children, destroying the—uh—ah, religious thing, and so forth, raping and pillaging and, er, helping themselves to the falafel like Jenjis Khan and so on, which is exactly the sort of terrorism thing that is what the—umm, Iraqis are supposed to be um, doing, and, also, oh shit... did I just say something about terrorizing? Well, Bob, you obviously know what I mean, um, right Bob? Help me out here, Bob."

In clarifying his earlier statement, Kerry today said that he supported US military personnel, but was "simply pointing out that American terrorizing could be done in, ah, ah, a more thoughtful and sensitive and appropriate manner, uh, that respects, er, Iraqi religious, er, things, and rights to self—terrorizing." [more]