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January 15, 2009



After doing extensive research over this topic, I find that I agree completely with Holder on his views of waterboarding. It is a form of torture, maybe not the worst, but still a form. The method should not be used unless the effects of the process are ok for doctors to say that the victim will be alright and not suffer from PTSD or any other problems from the method. I don't agree with it at all.


"The president acts most forcefully when he acts consistent with congressional intent."

No, that is not true, the only time the President "acts most forcefully," is when he acts in accord with the intent of the American People. "We, the People" are the source of Power in America, but, only such Powers GRANTED 'within the body' of the "Constitution for the United States of America."

When, and IF, Mr. Holder 'ascends' to the post of Attorney General, he will 'usurp' Powers never granted by the Constitution, simply handed out by a government gone Rogue.

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