complicit in the actions of "our" government

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"I really have come to question the moral compass of my fellow Americans who do not themselves question the routine suppression of other peoples by our government. What business do we have meddling in another country's internal affairs let alone invading other countries, occupying them, torturing their citizens, attacking their citizens directly or covertly with unseen drones? I think that the individual who lives in the United States with his head held high, who simply lives his own life while ignoring what his country does to the rest of the world is someone I don't want to know.

- Susan O'Connell reflects on U.S. backing of Omar Suleiman, America's go-to guy for renditions and head of the dreaded Egyptian intelligence service

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