So much for ending "torture"

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  1. Revmitchell

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    WASHINGTON -- The Central Intelligence Agency's new director outlined spy policies Wednesday, including an aggressive campaign in Pakistan, that underscored considerable continuity with the Bush administration.

    CIA Director Leon Panetta, in his first meeting with reporters, said the agency will continue to carry out drone attacks on militants in Pakistan. He also said that while CIA interrogations will have new limits, President Barack Obama can still use his wartime powers to authorize harsher techniques if necessary.

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  2. chuck2336

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    I think obama is learning that it is easy to condemn from the cheap seats, but when he is the one who is responsible for protecting this country he continues with what President Bush did. Maybe President Bush did make some right choices.
     
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    C'mon you guys, Pakistan is a "just" war, so it's OK to torture, now.
     
  4. chuck2336

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    My fault, your right! Sorry

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