Naomi Wolf, in her article We are all Torturers in America, poses an interesting question. Where were we the last eight years that we are suddenly all “outraged” about the prospects of torture now. After all, it’s not like the Bush Administration hid their torture from us. And, let’s face it, attempts to spin torture as “enhanced interrogation” or “nothing more significant than fraternity hazing” are pretty hollow. Torture is torture, and in the words of George Bush, America doesn’t torture. Really?
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