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Why are Democrats supporting torture?

The Dem candidates running for President opted for plausible deniability and didn’t vote.


1 hipparchia { 11.09.07 at 12:53 am }
2 whig { 11.09.07 at 1:17 am }

There are monarchists in the Democratic party, quite simply.

3 Bryan { 11.09.07 at 11:17 am }

The opposition party is supposed to oppose this crap. The days of compromise are over.

4 Badtux { 11.09.07 at 5:03 pm }

What moral compass? If the Democrat’s moral compass were a physical compass, it’d be wandering around in circles and we’d all be lost. Wait, we already are…

– Badtux the Snarky Penguin

5 Cookie Jill { 11.09.07 at 8:13 pm }

Dianne Feinstein is supporting the Telecom Immunity, too.

Feinstein, D-Calif., plays a pivotal role on the Judiciary Committee, which has a 10-9 Democratic majority. If she joins committee Republicans in voting next Thursday to protect telecommunications companies from lawsuits for their roles in the surveillance program, the proposal – a top priority of President Bush – will become part of legislation that reaches the Senate floor.


6 Steve Bates { 11.09.07 at 10:38 pm }

Badtux, the Democrats’ moral compass must be made by the infamous Tates company. You know… he who has a Tates is lost…

Feinstein is beginning seriously to annoy me. Who’d have thought a California senator would join the opposition on significant issues at a critical time.

7 Bryan { 11.09.07 at 10:42 pm }

DiFi has been becoming more corporate with every passing year. She is one of many Dem Senators who need primary challengers to remind them what the party is supposed to be about.

8 whig { 11.10.07 at 10:54 am }

DiFi isn’t up for awhile. Glenn Greenwald mentioned Donna Edwards who is running against Al Wynn. It’s not enough to pick on one senator or representative when there are probably a third of the Democratic members who are corrupt, they should all be primary challenged.

9 Bryan { 11.10.07 at 3:40 pm }

Florida’s term limits are looking better all the time.