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Contractors to blame for Abu Ghraib abuses?

by Dave Konkel [Moderator] / October 25, 2004 10:21 PM PDT
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Of course it was contractors!
by Dan McC / October 26, 2004 4:13 AM PDT

You didn't expect this administration to take responsibility for something, did you?

"The buck stops at the contractor!"

Dan

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The Buck Starts Here!
by Josh K / October 26, 2004 4:19 AM PDT

Harry Truman is probably calling this whole Administration a bunch of sons of b*****s from his grave right about now.

Sad

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Don't you just love out-sourcing?
by Ziks511 / October 26, 2004 8:52 AM PDT

Its a great way to hide responsibility too. And heaven knows George W. Bush isn't going to stand up and say "I ordered it, I'm responsible or my lack of oversight is responsible". I feel so secure knowing that the President is NOT in charge Wink

Rob Boyter

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