The US and Iraq should investigate claims of abuse contained in files published on the Wikileaks website, the UN's rights chief says.
Navi Pillay said the files suggested US forces had continued to hand detainees to Iraqi authorities despite evidence that they had been tortured.
Meanwhile, the UN's adviser on torture, Manfred Novak, called for a wider inquiry to include alleged US abuses.
That's from BBC News. Where's The Nation? Where's The Progressive? Oh, that's right, they're busy whoring for the Democratic Party.
If George W. Bush were in office, do you think they'd forget Iraq the way they have?
Of course not. They'd hang it around his neck.
But because it's their boyfriend Barry O, they look the other way and ignore, ignore, ignore.
It's really past time for us to ignore them.
If we'd stop buying their magazines, they might have to get real jobs.
Maybe not The Nation. It's always been rumored to be supported by the CIA. That information pops up whenever The Nation tries to attack someone calling out the Oswald-acted-alone nonsense. The Nation will get a CIA asset to write an attack piece and the real left will point out the attackers multiple connections to the CIA.
It happens over and over.
So does the magazine's whoring. Which is why we need to stop giving it any money. Bring it down.
Closing with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"