Saturday, May 23, 2009

"He's going to wiggle, he's going to scream, he's going to wish he never did this."

I've never heard of this guy before today. He's a radio jock, dubbed by some as the conservative Howard Stern. He goes by the name of Mancow, and he's a good friend of Fox News, apparently.

But I have a newly earned respect for him. Unlike the coward Sean Hannity, Mancow let himself be waterboarded to prove that it's not torture.

His conclusion? It's torture.


charlie stella said...

The beauty of this is it kind of poses a challenge to anyone who still thinks (or insists) it isn't torture.

I can think of a few guys I'd like to see take the challenge but just one that I'd pay to see.

Bill O'Reilly ... but no, it can't be done in a Fox Studio ... how about outside their headquarters on 6th Avenue (across from Rockefeller Center)?

I'd pay big bucks to see that. And he could donate the gelt to the veteran's of the Iraq war.

Come on, Bill ... show us you're a patriot and not a pinhead.

Come on, punk. Show us (if you really have any) your balls.

Anonymous said...

I nearly drowned once. So I believe I'm more qualified than Hannity to say it's torture.

God, I'd love to waterboard Hannity.

Not to prove anything. I'd just feel better making him cry like the little bitch he really is.

deangc said...

It's just so bizarre that we're even having this conversation. That we're talking about whether or not the USA tortures people. Every time I step back from this and look at what is actually being discussed, I have to shake my head. If you'd told me 10 years ago that we'd be talking about this, I'd have laughed in your face.

It's just so fucking weird.