May 21, 2009

I don't think pro-torture Fox News will be having Jesse Ventura on again.

12 comments:

AZDavidPhx said...

He sure did put that wanker in his place there at the end. Nicely done.

Guberville Smack said...

Cool.
Glad you dumped Cramer and now have the man-crush on Jesse.
It's an improvement.
I feel safe now that I know that Cali-Femi-Male is fighting for America.

Anonymous said...

Time for our daily dose of MSNBC propaganda.

Anonymous said...

The best part was the next segment when the douchebag host walked off.

Idiot.

Prisoner No. 6 said...

Most telling moment: When the little coward who wanks himself off to the thoughts of big tough guys torturing people gets challenged to actually put on a uniform and walk the walk and immediately pisses his pants in fear.

Armchair generals like him (and the majority of the Anonymous commenters on this board) are great with the courage & determination. Strangely, they all seem to be absent when it comes time to actually put their asses on the line.

Guess it must just "slip their minds."

BG said...

Holy shit, imagine what that pussy Faux News guy would say just to save himself from being tortured. They could get him to say, "Death to America!!!!" as soon as they dim the lights and the water starts dropping. I hate small- dick Mussolini wanna-be Republicans on Fox. Where are the "terrorists" when you need them to kill these idiots? I mean, seriously, I wish I were crazy enough to take care of them myself.

Anonymous said...

Who is that whiny little ass wipe? It was obvious that Jesse wanted just five minutes with him in an undisclosed location.

anonywuss said...

Exactly what laws does he think that we violated? We have Consitutional protections for our citizens. They don't extend to foreign nationals. Rightly or wrongly and by the wording of it I would say rightly, the Geneva Convention was not applied to them.

It's also very wrong to think that American police do not sleep deprive suspects. They also alter the temperature and subtly disorient them.

Does anyone think that we would be better served by letting KSM clam up and wait for his attorney? This man coordinated 9/11. In the days after his capture we had plenty to learn and he didn't have much motivation to spill the beans. George Tenet quoted him in his book saying "see you guys in NY with my attorney". That could've been a made up, self serving quote, but it resonates.

This is an important debate for our citizenry and it's a shame for it to be hijacked either by politicians who were clearly cowering during crunch time or by wingnuts with their facts all wrong.

Anonymous said...

Is it just me or is that Steve Doocy guy the most disgusting, sniveling little government propagandist since Goebbels?

-Gonzo

Anonymous said...

Ventura did great until he started spouting 911 conspiracy theory crap. Unfortunately at that point all credibility went right down the drain.

Was really hoping to root for him on an on going basis too :(.

Anonymous said...

"It's also very wrong to think that American police do not sleep deprive suspects. They also alter the temperature and subtly disorient them."

Dang right about that. A friend of mine was kept up overnight and denied pain meds for his back. After 7 hours he couldn't take it anymore and broke. He insists he didn't do it and just wanted his back to stop hurting, and on the interrogation tape you can hear him groaning, but because he confessed he was found guilty.

Lost Cause said...

Why do 9/11 comments make Jesse lose all credibility? The most far-fetched conspiracy theory is the one the government obtained by torturing KSM. If you look at the 9/11 Commision Report, it says that most of the information it contains was obtained using torture. Torture is well known for exactly one thing: obtaining false confessions. Torture is very relevant to the 9/11 cover-up.