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Letter: Blame Bush for torture
First Published Aug 11 2014 07:54 pm • Last Updated Aug 11 2014 07:54 pm

I have always loved the Trib. Clear back to Dan Valantine and Co. But what I don’t understand is the Trib printing an article by David R. Irvine ("Obama burying the truth about ‘we tortured some folks,’" August 10).

The atrocities that he talked about were committed by our past president, and Obama needs to answer for them? He also used Humpty Dumpty, and Charles Manson as patriarch. I just don’t know how you can print something like this.

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Mike J. Hughes


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