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Old April 27, 2013, 05:46 PM   #19
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The problem is, when you leave the US, you also leave any expectation you have of US legal rights; when you enter another country, you're asking to be granted permission to do so, which is a two-way street: they'll grant you permission, under certain specific conditions. This is why they're keeping terrorists at Guantanamo, remember? If those terrorists were allowed into the US, they would also automatically be granted rights under the US Constitution, including the right to not be waterboarded.
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