|Tonight the Republican candidates finally debate FOREIGN POLICY
||[Nov. 12th, 2011|03:53 pm]
the erosion of American Civil Liberties
Should be fun for drinking games. I note that unlike earlier debates, this one is slotted for only one hour. Seems appropriate, with this crowd.|
The question I want to see posed to each and every one of them is:
Sooner or later, the United States will get into a war with another country, and it will be different from the 'asymmetric' ones we've been in lately. One feature of such wars is that our soldiers sometimes get taken prisoner.
With that in mind, what standard of conduct would you insist our enemies use when dealing with our troops when held as prisoners of war?