Wednesday, June 22, 2005

An Exclusive Interview With A Gitmo Interrogator

Unless you've been in a cave over the past couple of weeks you know about the uproar created by remarks from Sen. Durbin regarding GITMO and its treatment of detainees captured on the battlefield. This is in addition to statements made by the human rights organization Amnesty International referring to GITMO as the "Gulag of our times".

Needless to say, Sen. Durbin is either seriously misguided or completely dishonest. I choose the latter, although he did finally apologize. As far as Amnesty Int'l, these guys are idiots, plain and simple.

If you want the real scoop about what is taking place at GITMO and want to know first hand what the brave men and women in the U.S. military are doing to protect our rights and freedoms check out this interview by Right Thinking Girl, with a GITMO interrogator.

When will people get a clue about what is really going on in the world. We are at a strange crossroads in this country where if we continue down one path the results will surely be a complete disintegration of America as we once knew it to be. Getting back to the foundations of our country is where many of the solutions to today's issues are.


"Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!"

Isaiah 5:20

2 comments:

Citizen Grim said...

Sometimes I wonder how long the country is going to last... no country lasts forever, (although I suppose one could say that Britain is drawing close to a thousand years)


I like your Isaiah verse, btw

Jerry McClellan said...

Thanks for commenting and welcome citizen grim. It is kinda funny, when reading Jeremiah or Isaiah there is so much resemblance to many of todays issues.

You may be right, no country lasts forever, even Britain has gone through some big changes over the centuries while still be known as Britain. I think the same will be true of America.