To believe that the Americans' attitude to torture is just a snapshot of the current situation is wishful thinking. The historical use of torture in the US, the Americans' understandable fear of terrorism, the defense of torture by leading politicians as well as the absence of torture victims in the media - all of this makes a fundamental change in the attitude toward torture very unlikely at this time. The US must have a serious debate about torture. But for it to be able to do so credibly it must take legal action against those who are suspected of having been responsible - and at the moment that looks highly unlikely.
Ladies and Gentlemen, the next Republican nominee for the Supreme Court is...
delusions that he thinks are real.
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