Monday, July 18, 2005

Teddy's Fine Anniversary

A nice reminder from not so past events, since Michelle Malkin pointed out
From July 7,2005 WSJ Opinion Journal.

"Well, just as an attorney, as a human being, I would have thought that if there were recommendations that were so blatantly and flagrantly over the line in terms of torture, that you might have recognized them. I mean, it certainly appears to me that water boarding, with all its descriptions about drowning someone to that kind of a point, would come awfully close to getting over the border, and that you'd be able to at least say today, "There were some that were recommended or suggested on that, but I certainly wouldn't have had a part of that, as a human being."

- Sen. Ted Kennedy during the Gonzales hearings.



Ted's one genuine piece of work; Mass should be oh so proud.

Dr. Phat Tony said...

Oh irony is a cruel misstress.

Insolublog said...

At least we have one senator who is willing to jump in an save a drowning rat (hampster).