Stain on the White House

Bush confronted by growing drumbeat of revulsion against U.S. practice of torture

What have you heard about torture from Nancy Pelosi, Howard Dean, and Harry Reid? The latter has even declared Alberto Gonzales qualified for a seat on the Supreme Court—the very same Gonzales who, as counsel to the president, orchestrated the "torture memos" that led to the acceleration and expansion of the American ways of torture.

How many Americans care enough to shame Congress and the one person who could stop torture right away? The man in the Oval Office.

Douglas A. Johnson, executive director of Center for Victims of Torture, speaks truth to power.
photo: Center for Victims of Torture
Douglas A. Johnson, executive director of Center for Victims of Torture, speaks truth to power.

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