it takes a big rug to conceal the crimes of this government

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Assistant U.S. Attorney John Durham gets an award for obstruction of justice, war criminals publish memoirs, and the use of torture continues to be open to debate... 

300x2041.jpglast month when it was revealed that an internal national security strategy memo for the Mitt Romney campaign advocated a return to torture, hardly anyone blinked. In the years since the executive order was signed, tolerance for torture seems resurgent. What happened in those intervening years? Actually, what didn't happen is what matters. In the nearly four years since Obama took office, no one has been held accountable for authorizing the regime of torture and other ill-treatment...

see Getting Away With Murder

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