Friday, June 16, 2006

Criticism of US Policy on Torture

I found this editorial from the Jewish Week a bit surprising:
"With its extraordinary and tragic experience as a target of terrorism, the Jewish state nonetheless adheres to legal rulings barring torture and the inhumane treatment of terror suspects.

The same cannot be said for the United States, which seeks to spread democracy and its core values around the world and yet refuses to rule out torture in the treatment of foreign detainees."

1 comment:

BizzyBlog said...

Snow could very well have been limited from putting much in due to "discrimination testing," which often prevents higher earning people from putting in more than a few percent of pay, depending on how much lower-paid people at the company are saving. Don't know Fox's plan, but it's very possible that lower-paids aren't contributing much.

Snow also has cancer that is in now in remission, which would tend to make one focus on things other than retirement.