Author Topic: Is the torture report indicative that it is time for national repentance?  (Read 11925 times)

Voelker

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Re: Is the torture report indicative that it is time for national repentance?
« Reply #120 on: December 16, 2014, 05:34:32 PM »
It's interesting that you suggest what you do. I see nothing about torture in the poll questions.
Doubly so that you don't see torture anywhere in those "interrogation methods" being polled about. Do notice that LutherMan didn't even blink at those methods being called such.
And you get that how from a link I posted without commentary?
The lack of objection in your response to my response here: Re: Is the torture report indicative that it is  time for national repentance?

LutherMan

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Re: Is the torture report indicative that it is time for national repentance?
« Reply #121 on: December 16, 2014, 05:44:08 PM »
It's interesting that you suggest what you do. I see nothing about torture in the poll questions.
Doubly so that you don't see torture anywhere in those "interrogation methods" being polled about. Do notice that LutherMan didn't even blink at those methods being called such.
And you get that how from a link I posted without commentary?
The lack of objection in your response to my response here: Re: Is the torture report indicative that it is  time for national repentance?
What part of 'no' didn't you understand?

Voelker

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Re: Is the torture report indicative that it is time for national repentance?
« Reply #122 on: December 16, 2014, 06:08:44 PM »
It's interesting that you suggest what you do. I see nothing about torture in the poll questions.
Doubly so that you don't see torture anywhere in those "interrogation methods" being polled about. Do notice that LutherMan didn't even blink at those methods being called such.
And you get that how from a link I posted without commentary?
The lack of objection in your response to my response here: Re: Is the torture report indicative that it is  time for national repentance?
What part of 'no' didn't you understand?
The range you here suggest was intended for the no to govern was not obvious in your answer, as the no answers the question but does not address its stated premises.

Donald_Kirchner

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Re: Is the torture report indicative that it is time for national repentance?
« Reply #123 on: December 16, 2014, 06:28:28 PM »
Well, I guess gibberish is better than Rev Austin's non-attack attacks when attempting to extricate oneself from an unsupported position.   ::)
Don Kirchner

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Voelker

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Re: Is the torture report indicative that it is time for national repentance?
« Reply #124 on: December 16, 2014, 06:32:34 PM »
Well, I guess gibberish is better than Rev Austin's non-attack attacks when attempting to extricate oneself from an unsupported position.   ::)
::) , indeed. Have a joyous Christmas, Pr. Kirchner.

LutherMan

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Re: Is the torture report indicative that it is time for national repentance?
« Reply #125 on: December 16, 2014, 09:19:38 PM »
It's interesting that you suggest what you do. I see nothing about torture in the poll questions.
Doubly so that you don't see torture anywhere in those "interrogation methods" being polled about. Do notice that LutherMan didn't even blink at those methods being called such.
And you get that how from a link I posted without commentary?
The lack of objection in your response to my response here: Re: Is the torture report indicative that it is  time for national repentance?
What part of 'no' didn't you understand?
The range you here suggest was intended for the no to govern was not obvious in your answer, as the no answers the question but does not address its stated premises.
??? ??? ???

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Re: Is the torture report indicative that it is time for national repentance?
« Reply #126 on: December 16, 2014, 09:50:28 PM »
Well, I guess gibberish is better than Rev Austin's non-attack attacks when attempting to extricate oneself from an unsupported position.   ::)
::) , indeed. Have a joyous Christmas, Pr. Kirchner.

A blessed Advent to you.
Don Kirchner

"Heaven's OK, but itís not the end of the world." Jeff Gibbs