Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Great moments in vice presidenting, Part II

Who's dead on the what now?

ABC's Terry Moran asked, "Are you troubled at all that more than 100 people in U.S. custody have died -- 26 of them now being investigated as criminal homicides -- people beaten to death, suffocated to death, died of hypothermia in U.S. custody?" The vice president replied, "No. I won't accept your numbers, Terry. But I guess one of the things I'm concerned about is that as we get farther and farther away from 9/11, and there have been no further attacks against the U.S., there seems to be less and less concern about doing what's necessary in order to defend the country."

What he meant to say was that there was that we need to kill, torture and humiliate even more people to better defend our country and secure our freedom.

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