The Memo EVERYONE knows about of the fact that it got declassified:
The Justice Department has declassified a 2003 legal memo that said U.S. criminal laws and international treaties did not apply in the military treatment and interrogations of "enemy combatants" taken from the battlefield and held outside the United States.BLINK!!!!
[ cf Memo on harsh interrogations declassified ]
The really fun part here is that this 'enemy combatant' notion that has been used to say that we find combatants on the battle ground who are the enemy, but clearly are not the same folks covered under the Geneva Convention Codes, gosh, that are actualized in the UCMJ, which happens to be, gosh, Title 10 of THE FREAKING USC!!!
I mean nothing is so symbolic of Life In HanoiAnnie CoulterLand, where the words CLEARLY no longer mean what they use to mean when used in groupings. One really has to thank the NeoConClownCarCrew for making it clear that in america they are so passed truthier that it no longer seriously matters at all....
Dude, what was John Yoo Smoking???
And can we meet his dope dealer....
So the really important question now is whether or not the so called declassification here has a more important political purpose, like supporting why all americans have always supported Torture, or is this some sort of help part that Dubya wants to give McCain, you know, because Dubya is organizing a Cut And Run Strategy Here???