George Bush On Torture: It's An Unamerican Crime

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“The United States is committed to the world-wide elimination of torture and we are leading this fight by example. I call on all governments to join with the United States and the community of law-abiding nations in prohibiting, investigating, and prosecuting all acts of torture and in undertaking to prevent other cruel and unusual punishment. I call on all nations to speak out against torture in all its forms and to make ending torture an essential part of their diplomacy.”

— George W. Bush in 2003

— George W. Bush in 2007, “The United States government does not torture”

See also: Quote For The Day, On Torture, We Elected a Reformer, Not an Avenger…a different take on torture, Impeach George W. Bush. Impeach Richard Cheney. Impeach Donald Rumsfeld. Impeech Condi Rice. Impeach Them Now, Torture timeline: when did we know it?, Cheney, Rice, Ashcroft, Gonzales Signed off on Torture, Releasing Memos, The only question that matters re Cheney and Lieberman, Pelosi, “Enhanced Interrogation Techniques”, and Hypocrisy, Who Authorized The Torture of Abu Zubaydah?, The Unvarnished Truth about Torture, Who Would Jesus Torture?, and Time for Democrats to Forget Past and Lead.

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