Torture never "left"

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Is it infuriating to anyone else that irrational belief in the President's "good intentions", 
by people who should know better, serves only to disable effective resistance? The true 
"moral hazard" to Adam Serwer's piece on Al-Nashiri today rests in abrogation of 
our individual responsibility to stop the crimes of this government. The "timidity" 
Adam refers to is in reality not that of the Obama administration, but that of the 
American people's resolve to do what is right, to demand accountability of the war 
criminals in our midst, at every opportunity. Anything less is complicity.

Tomorrow April 22, students at Stanford will confront the audacity of providing a 
forum for perhaps the premier architect of the U.S. torture state. See "Repudiate 

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