Thursday, January 26, 2006

Put Larry King in Charge of Intelligence

Flipping through the new March/April issue of the AARP magazine (yes I am that old) I spot a photo of Larry King interviewing George and Laura Bush over the caption, "'If your aim is to get people to talk, you don't want to antagonize them,' says King."

I guess this means that people are more likely to open up if you treat them humanely rather than if you tie them up with electrical cord, stick them in a sleeping bag, and suffocate them. Maybe someone ought to tell the Army and the CIA.

Oh, and one other question for the tactical geniuses in charge of our advanced interrogation techniques: How exactly is someone who is being strangled to death supposed to talk?

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