The Morning Quote

Turdblossom expresses himself

…comes to us from gelatinous mass Turdblossom:

“Take, for example, waterboarding,” Rove continued. “In waterboarding — unlike World War II, where the Japanese attempted to drown people by basically pouring water in their mouths — here the feet were elevated so there’s little or not chance of any fluid getting into the lungs. And very careful standards set in place so these would help break the the resistance of the detainee without placing their life in danger.”

Got it. It wasn’t torture because the prisoner’s feet were lifted.

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4 Responses to The Morning Quote

  1. roket says:

    Well that takes care of waterboarding. I look forward to his nonsplanation for all the other methods besides waterboarding that were used. Especially the one where you’re chained naked to the floor in a non heated room. God have mercy on us all.

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  2. JerryB says:

    So all the times they had to stop and resuscitate the detainee was just him being uncooperative?

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  3. Neil says:

    The Turd has no problem with rectal feeding either. This may be understandable when one considers what spews forth from his mouth.

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  4. jimbo57 says:

    I’d like to have this fat fuck on my table. I’d raise his legs for him, all right Then I’d “rectally re-hydrate” him like a Thanksgiving turkey

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