Elect to End Torture:
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Join these 60,128 other Americans for Human Rights and stand against torture.

Count me in! I want a U.S. President who will not allow torture to happen again in America’s name. All U.S. personnel must uphold the absolute ban on torture and cruel treatment with no exceptions. I do not tolerate "outsourcing" torture or holding prisoners in secret.

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Liette Brooklyn, NY
NY 60,128
Laura Chicago, IL
IL 60,127
Rev Max B New York, NY
NYTorture is not Justice, it can only lead to tortured Justice 60,126
Ashley Lincoln, CA
CA 60,125
Amy Virginia Beach, VA
VA 60,124
Pat South Bend, IN
INSafeguard all human rights! 60,123
Pat South Bend, IN
INSafeguard all human rights! 60,122
Julia Berkeley, CA
CA 60,121
Joan Jamaica Estates, NY
NY 60,120
agnes Brentwood, NY
NY 60,119

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I DO NOT SUPPORT TORTURE

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Last Saturday, President Bush vetoed a bill that would have shut down the CIA’s “enhanced” interrogation program by applying the Army Field Manual standards of interrogation to all government agencies. Across the country – and around the world – the reaction to the President’s refusal to ban torture has been overwhelmingly negative. Here's what editorial writers have said: California Los ... Read More

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