Here's a pretty decent uncut video interview of Christopher Hitchens — one of the only who actually makes me come close to rethinking my long-held and disgustingly-liberal views on the war in Iraq – in which he…
* Accuses President Obama of being a fellow atheist who's too cowardly to admit it publicly
* Expresses his deep pride for initially and continually supportinghe U.S.'s invasion and occupation of Iraq
* Explains why he sought out people who would waterboard him, and how it's disingenuous to call it "simulated" drowning
* Admits that quitting smoking was even more unpleasant than getting waterboarded
Try as I might, I just can't seem to figure out why Hitchens would doubt Barack Obama's much-professed Christian faith which just so happened to coincide nearly perfectly with the beginning of his political career.
Why would he be so jaded as that?
Tags: Afghanistan, Atheists, Barack Obama, Christianity, Christopher Hitchens, Constitution, George W. Bush, Iraq, Religion, Torture