Written to provide legal justification for interrogation practices, the memo by then-Justice Department lawyer John C. Yoo rejected a decades-old U.S. ban on the use of "mind-altering substances" on prisoners. Instead, he argued that drugs could be used as long as they did not inflict permanent or "profound" psychological damage. U.S. law "does not preclude any and all use of drugs," Yoo wrote in the memo. He declined to comment for this article.All Hail Total Victory!!!!
[ cf Detainees Allege Being Drugged, Questioned ]
Clearly now we can finally move along, open up both the Biological And Chemical Warfare Weapons against any of the UnBelievers who have not accepted Dubya as their Personal Lord And Savior!
Speaking of which, would this be a good time to talk about accepting the Divinity Of Dubya, and taking him as your Personal Lord And Savior so that you and your family can be spared the Apocalypse coming to the Unbelievers who have not come unto RoboBushCheney
Why Worry, Be Happy!!!
This Apocalypse IS for YOU!!!