Quote for the Day II

"The real reason I was there (the main reason I hate Gonzales) is because torture policy is bad for US troops. (It's also morally reprehensible.) When I was in Fallujah, (Feb-Sep 2004) I was running a checkpoint at a civil affairs facility when the Abu Ghraib story broke, but I still had to go out the next day and face crowds of Iraqi civilians. I also had to hear the reports of Marines dying around the city because of the angst that was a direct result of that.

I just got discharged from the Marines in November after six and a half years as a reservist with two activations. I moved to DC in January to get a Master's in Political Management at GWU," - Adam Kokesh, a member of Iraq Veterans Against the War, who protested the Gonzales "hearings" last week. More about him here.