Well, At Least One Base Won’t Be Closing

Gitmo’ Money, Gitmo’ Problems: Take down the sign, boys, we’re back in business!
“Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Wednesday that the Bush administration was not considering shutting down the detention center at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, and he defended the treatment of its prisoners by their American military guards and interrogators as humane.”
Rumsfeld Says Guantánamo Isn’t Being Considered for Closing, by Thom Shanker, The New York Times, June 9, 2005
Related: Pentagon to Release Data on Base Closings, AP/Guardian, May 28, 2005

2 replies on “Well, At Least One Base Won’t Be Closing”

Topic after topic, hmmm. Post Election Selection…No it can’t be!
Obviously some of us are upset. So states rights may not cover medical-marxism. Not to worry. The Good Doctor is still practicing, last I checked, and he’ll let all of you work for him!
“…the more likely he will be replaced by someone who believes what Dean and the mainstream of his party believes, but does a better job concealing it.”

What are you talking about Ted?
Anyway, of course Rumsfeld wouldn’t close Gitmo. As far as he sees it, torture is am American value.

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