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Sarah Palin says 'waterboarding is how we baptize terrorists.' Too tough? - Yahoo News

From Yahoo News: Sarah Palin has rallied and riled lots of voters in her political career, but she might have hit a new high for controversy over the weekend by saying “waterboarding is how we baptize terrorists” during a speech at the National Rifle Association's annual meeting in Indianapolis. Not that Ms. Palin just called them “liberals.” In the speech, they were “clownish little 'Kumbaya'-humming fairy-tale-inhaling liberals.” They’re the sort of folks who believe that a thin tin “No Gun Zone” sign will protect kids in schools, according to the former VP candidate. At the Washington Monthly’s “Political Animal” blog, Martin Longman opined that the whole thing is an elaborate revenge upon Sen. John McCain (R), in which Palin knowingly says things that will make him cringe as payback for not supporting her enough after picking her as his running mate in 2008. Senator McCain is an adamant opponent of waterboarding and other enhanced interrogation techniques, you see.... Read More

 
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