calling out torturers

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Yoo isn't just a "former Bush administration lawyer" who "teaches law" at Berkeley. He's the lawyer who campaigned for an exceptionally expansive reading of the president's commander-in-chief duties under the Constitution-- opening the legal gate to torture, yes, but also eavesdropping on Americans, suspending the First Amendment and crushing the testicles of innocent children...

Joel Mathis asks: "What's more likely to threaten your liberty: A president who can detain, torture, and silence you? Or one who, with the cooperation of Congress, tries to expand access to health care?"

We find ourselves saddled with an administration that does both, in an election cycle that polemicizes Republican against Democrat, when we should be choosing right from wrong.

Crimes are Crimes, no matter Who does them. 

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