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Throughout the Bush years a dilema between national security and human dignity came to the forefront with the torture (ahem, I mean "enhanced interrogation") issue. Yet, a Senate Intelligence Committee report now seems to suggest that this choice was in fact a false one. How badly did we torture people, what did we gain from it, and how deceitful are the CIA's claims of what really happened? Today we light up the airwaves with this oldy, but goody, bringing you back to the days when terms like "surge" and "shock and awe" were more prevelant in our political discourse than "healthcare" or "immigration."
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