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|Wrestler & Ex-Gov Jesse Ventura to Hasselbeck: Waterboarding is TORTURE|
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|Grizwald||Jun 23 2011, 07:08 AM Post #1|
The video above is a great exchange between Elizabeth Hasselbeck of the TV talk show, The View, and former governor of Minnesota, ex-Navy SEALS dude and ex-wrestler Jesse Ventura on the topic of torture and waterboarding. Jesse, being an ex-military guy, I thought he would take the position that condones waterboarding. I was totally wrong on that. He made many excellent points in this video. Good job, Jesse! I also wanna give Elizabeth credit for allowing herself to look silly & dumb on national TV. I was happy when, running as an independent, he won the governorship of Minnesota.
How about you? What do you think? Is waterboarding torture? Should our military, our police be allowed to practice it when extracting information from prisoners or "persons of interest"? Are you for waterboarding and torture to prevent future atrocities?
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