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    Torture Gone Wild: the Camp Gitmo Reality Show Kurt Nimmo, Another Day in the Empire June 25, 2005 kurtnimmo.com/blog/?p=769 Now that the United States has
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      Torture Gone Wild: the Camp Gitmo Reality Show
      Kurt Nimmo, Another Day in the Empire
      June 25, 2005
      kurtnimmo.com/blog/?p=769


      Now that the United States has admitted torturing abductees, the
      right-wingers need to call Dick Durbin and apologize for questioning
      his patriotism. "Washington has for the first time acknowledged to the
      United Nations that prisoners have been tortured at United States
      detention centers in Guantanamo Bay, as well as in Afghanistan and
      Iraq," reports the Independent on Saturday. "The acknowledgement was
      made in a report submitted on Friday to the UN Committee against
      Torture, said a member of the 10-person panel." So there you have it.
      Ever since Durbin made mention of an FBI report citing torture at Camp
      Gitmo, the wingers have skewered him and called him everything from a
      traitor to an Osama symp. Point is, I suspect a lot of right-wingers
      are not appalled by torture. In fact, the wingers seem to believe
      Gitmo is a resort and Muslims shouldn't complain. "They're living in
      the tropics. They're well fed. They've got everything they could
      possibility want," said Dick Cheney. In other words, the abductees,
      who are mostly "Pakistani and Afghan farmers, shoemakers and taxi
      drivers who were forced to fight for the Taliban," according to the
      Guardian, should quit their bitching and relax, get used to sodomy
      with chemical lights, and remember they are on holiday in the tropics.
      Since, in Bushzarro world, torture is not torture and Gitmo and Bagram
      are resort get-aways, I think it is about time the wingers call for a
      new television reality show. Call it "Persuasion in Paradise" and run
      it on the Fox channel. Of course, there is the problem of the FCC, all
      worked up in a lather over Janet Jackson's breast, so I'm not sure how
      they will handle a scene portraying an abductee with an electrical
      wire attached to his penis or the rape of children (this would be a
      cost saver for Fox, since the video already exists) at the Abu Ghraib
      Hilton. Well, maybe the Fox reality show isn't a good idea. Instead,
      some enterprising winger might market it on DVD, following the example
      of the Girls Gone Wild DVDs. Rush Limbaugh can do the marketing and
      promotion in his spare time.

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