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Congressionally Approved Torture Tools for Lobbying

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Since both the White House and Congress no longer consider prosecuting torture as a crime, it is safe to assume that we can begin to legally use these methods as legitimate tools to lobby our Congress and White House for the real changes we expect from our government. These methods that I document will be equally applicable to those who lobby against the interests of average American citizen on these issues.

Congressionally Approved Method of Lobbying #1

Method for lobbying Congressional members and White House administration officials that push for funding of energy non-solutions such as the proven mythical "clean coal":


The symbolism of turning their mythical clean energy into a tool for lobbying for real clean energy solutions ought to shock them into doing the right thing.

Standard Connecticut policed state disclaimer: Please read and clearly understand the meaning of "SNARK" before you waste my time and the taxpayers money following me around on the internet and in the real world. Just remember how stupid illegally harassing Ken Krayeske made all of you look.


"Oh, well, *that's* a good idea. How about we *all* follow *you* and jump off a cliff like lemmings?" he said snarkily.

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Submitted by jawbone on

actions." Last name of Smith, missed full caption.

I guess this is another example of American exceptionalism.

It sure was considered a way to deter future actions when used against the Nazis.

Mr. Ratner said Smith is using the arguments of the Pinochets.

Obama -- WTF???

(And I hate NewsHour's new web site layout. They used to list the people appearing in the inividual segments--now just a description. And they don't keep the identifying labels up very long. Grrrrr. Hisssss. Crappy.)